Vectrus Wins $115 Million Information Technology Contract

VectrusVectrus Systems Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vectrus, Inc. (NYSE: VEC), announced the re-compete win of a $115 million U.S. Army contract to provide a full range of operations and maintenance, IT support and supply services to the U.S. Army Europe, U.S. European Command, and U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility.

The Operations, Maintenance and Supply – Europe, or OPMAS-E contract, has a period of performance consisting of an eight month base period and four, one-year option periods.

“Vectrus has more than 30 years of client mission support under the OPMAS-E contract, dating back to 1977,” said Chuck Prow, president and chief executive officer of Vectrus. “This re-compete win is a testament to our team’s ability to provide value added solutions in support of the continuously evolving mission requirements.”

“Through our OPMAS-E, ACE-IT, ELVIS, and OMDAC-SWACA contracts,” Prow continued, “Vectrus provides mission-critical IT services throughout the U.S., and in 17 countries spanning from Western Europe to Southwest Asia.”

Support provided by Vectrus under the OPMAS-E contract includes operation and maintenance of Department of Defense information networks and nodes, Defense Red Switch Networks, Voice over Internet Protocol, call manager technologies, systems/network administration, help desk support, inside/outside fiber optic cable management, as well as support for the Defense Information Systems Agency, Military Defense Agency, and the U.S. Army communications systems in forward deployed locations. Vectrus will also provide maintenance of the Armed Forces Television and air traffic control systems. Additionally, Vectrus is responsible for operating the Army Europe Facility Control Office, performing information assurance and cybersecurity; and maintaining tactical and strategic satellite communication terminals in deployed locations.

This work is performed in multiple locations. Current places of performance include: Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, the Balkans, Turkey, Romania, and Bulgaria.
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