Military Embedded Systems

IEM wins spot on $37 billion DoD national-security services contract


March 18, 2019

Lisa Daigle

Assistant Managing Editor

Military Embedded Systems

RESEARCH TRIANGLE, North Carolina. Homeland-security and disaster-management consulting firm IEM has won a spot on a $37 billion U.S. Army contract to support a wide array of Department of Defense (DoD) national security services through the Army's Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract.

Under the terms of the contract, IEM will compete for individual task orders -- in competition with other awardees -- covering a range of national-security services including engineering, research, development, testing and evaluation, logistics, acquisition, strategic planning, education, and training.

IEM officials stated that ID/IQ contract will enable IEM to provide knowledge-based professional engineering support services to command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) missions along with taking part in programs being executed by the Program Executive Offices (PEOs), DoD agencies, and other federal agencies.

"We are proud to win a prime contractor position on this vital national-security contract," said IEM president and CEO Madhu Beriwal. "This effort will provide IEM opportunities to deliver energy, agility, innovation -- and above all outcomes -- to a vital U.S. Army mission area. We look forward to providing robust and affordable technical solutions to planners and decision-makers, and most importantly, the warfighters serving our nation."


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