PRINCETON, N.J., July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BANC3 has been selected for a prime position for both restricted and unrestricted access on the $7 Billion SSES NexGen multiple-award ID/IQ contract issued by the United States Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) to deliver software and systems engineering services.
CECOM's Software Engineering Center is the Army's premier organization with the enterprise vision of the military services ensuring cost-effective software systems solutions to meet today's architecture and interoperability requirements for tomorrow's vision that enable war fighting superiority and information dominance across the enterprise. This current contract will provide life cycle support services of military systems for all software needs, including: system architecture, acquisition, software development, testing, change management, information assurance, certification, sustainment and support services to primarily C4ISR organizations.
Babu Cherukuri, President of BANC3, commented on the award: "We are extremely pleased to receive this award and look forward to delivering a range of technology-focused services and solutions to improve the Army's ability to complete the mission successfully. We look forward to supporting the SEC in its mission of life cycle support services for the Warfighter. This award recognizes the government's confidence in BANC3's ability to guide clients through various complex military software systems that require a high level of expertise."
This is the second large prime ID/IQ contract that BANC3 has received in the past two consecutive years from the Department of Army. The prior contract was the $1.78 Billion Warrior Enabling Broad Sensor (WEBS) services for RDECOM/CERDEC's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD).
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