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To date, the Army has awarded nine task orders using the new Information Technology Enterprise Solutions contract. The vendors and task orders, including three of the seven outstanding ITES task orders, are listed below. Army officials declined to release the remaining four, citing policy and security reasons.

Northrop Grumman IT

Migration of U.S. Military Academy computers at West Point, N.Y., to Microsoft Corp. Windows 2000 and newer operating systems and Active Directory — $175,000.

IT support services for the Army Logistics Systems Support Office in St. Louis — $150,000.

Automation and technical support services for the Devens Reserve Forces Training Area in Devens, Mass. —$190,000.

Network support for the Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pa. — $170,000.

Additional network support for Letterkenny — $42,000.

NCI Information Systems Inc.

Automation support for the Logistics and Readiness Center at Fort Monmouth, N.J. — $1.3 million.

Installation, support and maintenance of a local-area network in the Logistics and Readiness Center — $7 million.

Acquisition of supplies and hardware; administration of computer server systems, information assurance and network engineering; and operation and maintenance of workstations and network equipment for the Fort Monmouth Directorate of Information Management (DOIM) — $15 million.

Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions

Development of databases at the U.S. Military Academy — $50,000.

Task orders in progress

Installation of a network storage solution, analysis and repair of network security problems, and operation of the Army's Continental U.S. Theater Network Operations and Security Center under control of Network Enterprise Technology Command at Fort Huachuca, Ariz.

Migration of the Army's Secret Internet Protocol Router Network from the software Engineering Center at Fort Monmouth to the Fort Monmouth DOIM, and enhancement of the Army SIPRNET's current infrastructure.

Operation and maintenance of all communications systems for Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., contracted by the Defense Logistics Agency's Acquisition Staff Directorate at Fort Belvoir, Va.

Source: Army Small Computer Program and vendors

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