Leidos, a global science and technology leader, was awarded a task order by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Ala. Prime Tech joins Leidos as a key subcontracting partner, and will assist in providing information technology, engineering, and program management support services to more than 37,000 USACE customers around the world. The task order is made up a one-year base period of performance with two option years for a total contract value of approximately $239.5 million. The partnership will ensure that the right technology and mix of technical experts are available to perform agile and responsive IT support services at all times.
"We are extremely excited to continue growing our service offerings and support footprint in the government space," said Prime Tech co-founder Kyle Sobotka. "This large, multi-year contract award with dedicated work set aside for Prime Tech represents the next stage in growth for our company - we look forward to providing superior, innovative, and cost-effective solutions in support of the USACE mission in the coming years."
USACE provides vital engineering services for U.S. citizens around the world, with the mission to strengthen the nation's security by building and maintaining infrastructure and military facilities where service members train, work and live. The task order, placed under the U.S. General Services Administration's Alliant Government-wide Acquisition Contract, is part of the USACE Information Technology Enterprise Services – Next Generation program.
About Prime Technical Services Inc.
Prime Technical Services is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that consistently provides superior, innovative, and cost-effective solutions while committed to being highly responsive to the needs of our customers. Through a combination of management expertise, proven best practices and deep industry knowledge, we capitalize on our own experiences to help our customers meet and exceed their organization's mission and objectives.