U.S. Army Awards GC&E $850M Contract

(NORCROSS, GA – April 29, 2015) – GC&E Systems Group, Inc. (GC&E) announced that it received a contract from the U.S. Army to provide Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Information Management (C4IM) services to U.S. Army installations nationwide.

With a contract ceiling value of $850 million, the Information Management Communications Services 3 (IMCS 3) contract provides diverse Information Technology, Administrative Telephone, Telephone Switching, Land Mobile Radio, and Video Teleconferencing related services to Army installations across the US.

GC&E is one of 15 IMCS 3 awardees who will compete for C4IM task orders nationwide. The IMCS 3 contract has a five (5) year ordering period and up to ten (10) year period of performance.

Since 1999, GC&E has been supporting the U.S. Army and other Department of Defense and federal agencies. Over the last six (6) years, GC&E has been a prime contractor under the U.S. Army’s IMCS 2 contract vehicle under which they were awarded seven (7) task order contracts, which have a combined value of $62 million.

In making the announcement, GC&E’s owner and Chief Executive Officer, Dan O’Sullivan stated, “GC&E Systems Group is honored to be awarded a contract on the IMCS 3 vehicle. The dedication, hard work and innovation provided by our employees on the previous IMCS contract (IMCS 2) has paid dividends. We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Department of the Army for another decade and continuing to provide best in class service, performance and contract execution to the U.S. Army. We will continue to strive to improve our performance objectives and provide superior customer service to the U.S. Army.”

About GC&E Systems Group, Inc. 

Founded in 1999, GC&E is a Veteran Owned Small Business providing Information Technology (IT), security, and telecommunications solutions. GC&E also provides consultation, design, and implementation. Markets served are federal, state and local, K-12 and higher education, healthcare and commercial markets.

Learn More at: http://www.gcesg.com/

 

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