RII awarded position on US Army RS3 contract
Research Innovations (RII) has been awarded a position on the US Army's $37.4 billion IDIQ Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) contract, the company announced on 2 May.
The RS3 programme provides knowledge-based professional services for government programmes that have C4ISR mission requirements. Primary service areas include engineering; research, development, test and evaluation; logistics; acquisition and strategic planning; education and training services.
The five-year base contract ordering period and five-year optional ordering period will enable new contract awardees, including RII, to compete for task orders that support multiple C4ISR service areas.
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