The award comes under the Army's Communications and Transmission Systems (CTS) contract vehicle, which is a fixed-price, five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award.
Twelve companies received the contract, which has an overall value of $4.1 billion. Of the 12, ID is one of two small business set-asides.
"Intelligent Decisions has always been dedicated to serving the United States Army and this contract will provide us with the opportunity to further demonstrate our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions and services to the military," said Harry Martin, Intelligent Decisions president and chief executive officer. "We are very excited and proud to receive this contract award and look forward to continuing to provide the Army with the tools and resources necessary for continued operational success."
Intelligent Decisions said the CTS contract covers a range of communications technologies, including satellite, microwave, fiber optics, over-the-horizon, radio, and wireless. Specifics about what work ID will perform were not disclosed.
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