Defense Information Systems Agency Contracts



Encore
The Encore contracts provide a full range of information technology solutions requiring connectivity, interface or interoperability with the Global Information Grid. They are open to the Defense Department and other agencies.

Government Contact
Mark Schneider
618-229-9132
DSN: 779-9132
Fax: 618-229-9177
[email protected]

Contractor Contacts

Computer Sciences Corp.
Grant D. Fulkerson
703-876-1052
[email protected]
www.csc.cxom/industries/government/mds/mds1/104.shtml

EDS
Minh-Nga Agon
703-820-3866
[email protected]
www.eds-gov.com

Lockheed Martin Information Technology
Willie Callahan
703-916-7364
[email protected]
www.lockheedmartin.com

Northrop Grumman Corp.
Ed Newton
703-620-8050
[email protected]
www.it.northropgrumman.com/itsolutions

Pragmatics Inc.
Harry Lumpkin
703-761-4033 ext. 107
[email protected]
www.pragmatics.com

TranTech Inc.
TiTi McNeill
703-671-9873
[email protected]
www.trantech-inc.com

Unisys
Jon Lee
618-622-2260
[email protected]
Unisys.com

Global Enterprise Management Support
The Global Enterprise Management Support contract provides program management services to the Defense Information Systems Agency in support of the Global Information Grid. It is open to DOD and other federal agencies.

Government Contacts

Art Kruse
618-229-9773
DSN: 779-9773
Fax: 618-229-9177
[email protected]

Fred Ramirez
703-882-1241
DSN: 381-1241

Contractor Contacts

Bloodworth Integrated Technology Inc.
Elizabeth Gallagher
703-295-0700 ext. 101
[email protected]
www.bitspi.com

KeyLogic Systems
George Spencer
571-283-4613
[email protected]
www.keylogic.com

Pragmatics Inc.
John Chewning
703-761-4033 ext. 177
[email protected]
www.pragmatics.com
Information Assurance
The Information Assurance contract covers engineering product services and technical support to produce unified, fully integrated systems security solutions for DOD. It includes the hardware, software and enabling products necessary to implement those solutions. It is open to DOD and civilian agencies and supports all security classifications and levels.

Government Contact

Anne Karen Keller
618-229-9504
DSN: 779-9504
Fax: 618-229-9177
[email protected]

Bill Keely
703-882-1502
DSN: 381-1502
Fax: 703-882-2822
[email protected]

Contractor Contacts

ARTEL Inc.
Dan Farrell
703-620-1700 ext. 8097
[email protected]
www.artelinc.com

BAE Systems (DigitalNet Solutions)
Mitchell Rambler
703-563-8208
[email protected]
www.na.baesystems.com

Computer Sciences Corp.
Gene Davis
703-289-3444
[email protected]
www.csc.com

EDS
John Vagianos
703-742-1167
[email protected]
www.eds-gov.com

Northrop Grumman Corp.
James Holtzclaw
703-493-8272
[email protected]
www.it.northropgrumman.com/itsolutions

Pragmatics
Rick Roach
703-761-4033 ext. 215
[email protected]
www.pragmatics.com

Science Applications International Corp.
Charles O. West
703-824-3484
[email protected]
www.iassure.saic.com

SRA International Inc.
Dusty Rhoads
703-526-4879
[email protected]
www.sra-i-assure.com
Next Generation Engineering
Next Generation Engineering covers a broad range of engineering services associated with planning, developing, testing and managing defense systems. It is open to DOD and other federal agencies.

Government Contacts

Large-Business Contracting Officer
Charlotte Hunter
703-681-0923
DSN: 761-0923
Fax: 703-681-1211
[email protected]

Small-Business Contracting Officer
Rhonda LaGarde
703-681-1250
DSN: 761-1250
Fax: 703-681-1211
[email protected]

Contractor Contacts

AC Technologies Inc.
John Giordano
703-653-2097
[email protected]
www.ac-tech.com

ARTEL Inc.
Robert Weaver
703-620-1700
[email protected]
Artelinc.com

Science Applications International Corp.
Randal South
216-218-8300
[email protected]
www.nexgen.saic.com

SRA International Inc.
Dusty Rhoads
703-526-4879
[email protected]
www.sra.com

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