Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. Awarded Contract to Operate Defense Enterprise Computing Center-Montgomery (DECC-M)
May 12, 2016
ICS to provide datacenter technical support services as Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) continues transition to the cloud to increase security and ease of access for user base of over 1.7 million.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Montgomery, AL – May 11, 2016 – Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS), a veteran-owned business which serves as a premier IT services, development and cyber-security consultancy to the US Department of Defense (DoD), state agencies and commercial enterprises, announced today that it has been awarded a 5-year contract by Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to operate Defense Enterprise Computing Center-Montgomery (DECC-M), providing a broad range of technical support services. If all options are exercised, this contract will exceed $64 million in value.
ICS’ team of over 100 computing professionals will serve DECC-M and its roughly 1.7 million users accessing 2,200 applications, 3,100 database instances, 2.5 petabytes of data storage and the MilCloud. ICS will provide 24/7 support to global Mission Partner user communities with services that will include information assurance, technical and operations support, and tier 3 help desk support. ICS will also deliver a full suite of IT service management (ITSM) services including incident, problem, change, configuration, release, security, capacity, business continuity, service level, and availability management.
“The DoD and DISA are proactively preparing to expand the computing-as-a-service model over the next several years to globally dispersed population of users in order to improve resiliency, security, and timeliness of data access,” said Steve Goldsby, CEO of Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. “We are honored to have been selected to help DISA execute this mission and leverage current and future technologies to better support the US warfighter and veterans around the world with state of the art technology, security and computing power.”