Northrop Grumman pursuing ITES-2S

Northrop Grumman will lead an industry team competing for the Army’s $20 billion Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services (ITES-2S) contract.

The company’s IT business unit will head a team of seven large and small businesses. They include:

* Multimax in Largo, Md.

* Nortel Networks in Toronto.

* Phacil in Camden, N.J.

* Research Analysis and Maintenance in El Paso, Texas.

* Siemens in Munich, Germany.

* T-Systems in Frankfurt, Germany.

* Titan in San Diego.

“Northrop Grumman and our industry teammates have significant experience managing large, enterprise-level performance-based contracts in the commercial and federal markets,” said Tim Rouch, the company’s program manager for ITES, the predecessor to the ITES-2S program, in an Aug. 24 statement.

The Army released the solicitation for the ITES-2S contract yesterday. Contract proposals are due Oct. 7.


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