Solers receives award on DISA's SETI contract
Solers has received a prime award on the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) Systems Engineering, Technology and Innovation (SETI) multiple-award IDIQ contract, the company announced on 20 February 2019.
The $7.5 billion IDIQ contract spans ten years and the work will be performed at DISA headquarters as well as contractor facilities and Department of Defense (DoD) locations worldwide.
The contract will see Solers provide a suite of information technology engineering services, expertise, and support in the planning, research, development, integration, and implementation activities for future, proposed, current and legacy DoD and DISA capabilities, services, and systems.
The effort will support DISA in its role as the DoD's Combat Support Agency responsible for delivering, operating, and assuring a critical array of technical capabilities and enterprise systems and services to the warfighter, among which include C2, information sharing and global net-centric enterprise information infrastructure.
Mark Kersh, president and chief operating officer, Solers, said: ‘Solers has been a DISA partner for almost two decades providing innovation solutions to help DISA evolve the Joint Information Environment, to effectively deliver Joint Command and Control capabilities, and to help operate and assure the DoD information network enterprise.’
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