31 Mar 2016 LSi Awarded 3 Year $48M IT Support Services Contract for the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (USACECOM)
Link Solutions, Inc. (LSi), a rapidly growing provider of high-end solutions to the federal government, announced today that the company has been awarded a prime contract by the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM) based at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG). The program is the CECOM Consolidated Manpower Information Technology Support (CMITS) contract, a 3 year, single-award, IDIQ contract with a ceiling value of $48 million – with 10 Task Order’s valued at over $23 million awarded and exercised.
Through the CMITS contract LSi provides a range of IT and Security solutions in the areas of C4IM services, Electronic Security Systems support, Access Control services, Mission and Business Application support, Enterprise Computing and Storage, Networks and Communications, Cyber Security, and other support services. Working under an ITIL framework, LSi will rely on proprietary process improvement initiatives and industry best practices to ensure increased productivity across the CECOM enterprise. To help satisfy this requirement, LSi has put together a talented team of industry leading firms – Tenax Technologies, MC Dean, and Allegheny Industries to form Team Link.
“LSi is honored that CECOM has selected the company as their go-forward partner to deliver on this important program. We will build upon our proud reputation of service excellence that our Team has earned at APG. We have proven that LSi can perform in a mission-critical environment, understands the needs of its customers and demonstrates that it can quickly respond to drive results in a cost-efficient manner. We are looking forward to the opportunity to work with CECOM leadership in support of their critical C4ISR mission requirements, and are excited to partner with CECOM and support the diversity of their mission and technical landscape across the APG community and other CECOM CONUS locations,” said LSi Chief Operating Officer, David Joslin.