Red River Wins $12.1B US Army Information Technology Contract
Red River has received a $12.1 billion contract to supply information technology (IT) enterprise solutions for the US Army.
The nine-year agreement authorizes the firm to provide support and services for the army and other federal government agencies.
The work involves network/systems operation, maintenance, cybersecurity/information assurance, telecommunications, and business process engineering.
Fulfilling US Army IT Requirements
According to Red River, the contract exhibits the firm’s commitment to sustaining “superior” IT solutions for the US Army.
The company has over two decades of technology and services experience supporting the US government and the Department of Defense.
“We are excited to continue our longstanding history of supporting the technology services needs of the Army and other government agencies supported through this contract vehicle,” Red River CEO Brian Roach stated.
“We look forward to collaborating with DoD technology leaders to support their mission requirements in areas such as cybersecurity, managed services, cloud, infrastructure and collaboration.”
“This is a significant addition to our contracts portfolio and strengthens our position as a leading technology and services provider to the DoD and the US government as a whole.”