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July 2, 2014
08:02 EDTEGLEngility Holdings unit awarded $13.4M contract
Engility Holdings announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Dynamics Research, has been awarded a $13.4M contract to support the Secure Payment System of the U.S. Department of Treasury. SPS provides secure transmission of payment data and strongly auditable certification of payments for the U.S. Government. Engility acquired DRC earlier this year. Engility, through a system they developed for the Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s Payment Management, will support the processing of more than one billion transactions with an estimated annual value of $2.5T. This system operates within a secure architecture that protects critically sensitive payment information. Engility also provides 24x7 support to more than 2,400 users in over 200 Federal Government organizations worldwide. This recompete contract was awarded by Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service and continues through 2018. It is a firm-fixed price task order against the GSA Schedule.
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September 2, 2015
07:31 EDTEGLEngility awarded contract to support Naval Supply Systems Command
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September 1, 2015
07:30 EDTEGLEngility awarded $14M contrac tto support US Army's PD AMIS program
Engility announced it has been awarded a $14M contract to provide technical, policy and program management support for the Army's Product Director Automated Movement and Identification Solutions program. PD AMIS, a part of the Army's Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, controls all aspects of Automated Identification Technology, which allows the Army to track assets and manage key elements of logistics, including the procurement, expertise, training, customer support and the introduction of new technologies into all logistical operations. All U.S. Army organizations and several other Department of Defense organizations procure AIT products and services through PD AMIS. This task order, which is a re-compete win, has an 8-month base period with two 1-year options.

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