TekSynap has won one of two Small Business Awards on the $800 million, 10-year multi-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Total Engineering & Integration Services (TEIS-IV) contract.
This solidifies the company’s strategic commitment to supporting the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC) and also Ft. Huachuca and Army Enterprise IT / Cyber Operations.
TEIS-IV enables ISEC’s global mission of providing information systems engineering and information technology support services to Department of Defense (DoD) organizations, including engineering, design, site surveys, installation, material acquisition, cybersecurity and compliance, test and evaluation, project management, and related activities supporting all aspects of C5ISR information and communication systems.
The TEIS-IV contract has 5 awardees, two incumbents from TEIS-III and 3 new companies.
Joe Walker, TekSynap Vice President, has experience managing Army Programs, including TEIS-III. Based in Sierra Vista, Arizona, U.S., Walker will work with dedicated TekSynap professionals and subcontractor/partners to compete for, win, and execute Task Orders on TEIS-IV.
“We are passionate about supporting our customers and their growing mission requirements,” he said. “Our hands-on experience and history with U.S. Army ISEC offers TekSynap a keen advantage as we continue to expand ISEC’s worldwide missions. The TEIS-IV contract supports U.S. Army ISEC’s worldwide IT Systems Engineering, Installation, and Cyber missions. TekSynap already has a great head start supporting ISEC with multiple task orders on the ITES-3S contract.”
Combined with stellar success on the Army’s ITES-3S IT Services MA IDIQ, TekSynap has rapidly established itself as a leading defense contractor for Army IT Engineering, Sustainment, and Development Services.