iGov wins $300M DOD deal

iGov Technologies has received a $300 million contract to support the Special Operations Command’s (Socom) office of the Program Manager for Special Operations Forces Digital Environment.

Under the contract, iGov will provide acquisition, engineering, integration, testing, fielding and training services for Socom’s Tactical Local Area Network. Socom, one of the military’s nine major commands, located in Tampa, Fla., coordinates Army, Navy and Air Force special forces’ units that perform reconnaissance of enemy forces prior to a military conflict, trains foreign forces in warfighting tactics, and tracks terrorists.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, which was a small-business set-aside, includes firm-fixed-price, cost-plus fixed-fee and time-and-material task orders. It covers five years, according to an Oct. 5 Defense Department contracts statement.


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