OSC Edge selected for $990m IT services contract with US Army


Open SAN Consulting (OSC Edge), a leading Information Technology (IT) and cybersecurity solutions firm for defense and intelligence agencies, has been awarded a prime contract under the US Army’s Network Enterprise Center’s (NEC) Information Management Communications Services IV (IMCS IV) program.

The five-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, with a maximum ordering of $990 million, was also awarded to twenty-eight other firms. This award highlights the recognition of OSC Edge’s capabilities in delivering information management communication services to the US Army.

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OSC Edge will compete for task orders covering an array of IT services, including network management, communications infrastructure, cybersecurity, and more. Specifically, opportunities under the contract encompass areas such as network infrastructure development and management, cybersecurity, data center operations and management, cloud computing, telecommunication services, and enterprise application development and support.

OSC Edge bags prime contract under Army's IMCS IV Program

OSC Edge bags prime contract under Army’s IMCS IV Program. Graphic courtesy of Business Wire.

“We are honored to have been selected as one of the trusted partners for the U.S. Army in their pursuit of advanced information management and communication services,” said Tiffany Bailey, President & Chief Executive Officer of OSC Edge. “This contract award highlights our company’s dedication to excellence, innovation, and commitment to providing top-quality IT solutions to our nation.”

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This contract allows OSC Edge to utilize its extensive expertise and experience in delivering tailored IT solutions to the U.S. Army. As an established support firm for defense organizations, OSC Edge is well-positioned to contribute innovative and reliable solutions that meet the Army’s evolving technology needs.

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