Army Infrastructure Modernization (IMOD) Acquisition
A PRIME CONTRACTOR FOR THE UNITED STATES ARMY’S INFRASTRUCTURE MODERNIZATION (IMOD) PROGRAM
IMOD This contract supports the Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP), has a Ceiling Value of $4B and a Period of Performance beginning 28 April 2006 through 29 April 2016 with a five (5)-year base period, and one five (5)-year option period which the U.S. Army has expressed their intent to exercise.
I3MP provides for the engineering, acquisition, implementation and management of the Army's base level telecommunications infrastructure (voice/data/cable/long-haul gateway) to include the hardware and software required to manage the enterprise at Army posts, camps and stations worldwide.
IMOD IS A SET OF TEN (10) INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY (ID/IQ) CONTRACTS TO SUPPORT THE UPGRADE AND MODERNIZATION OF ENTERPRISE ENABLED VOICE AND DATA NETWORKS WORLDWIDE
The range of delivery order types to support Engineering, Furnishing, Installation and Testing (EFI&T) efforts is expected to include Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Cost Reimbursement (CR), Time and Materials (T&M), or any combination thereof.
EPS DEPLOYED THE CAMPUS AREA NETWORK (CAN) AT ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND (APG), MD
IMOD Servers Supporting the C4ISR mission to relocate Fort Monmouth, NJ., EPS completed the project valued at $8.2M which spanned over 10 multi-purpose buildings involving the installation of over 175 Layer II switches and 3 independent networks: Non-Secure Internet Protocol Network (NIPERNET), Secure Internet Protocol Network (SIPRNET) and Defense Research & Engineering Network (DREN).
EPS and our IMOD Team member companies have a long history of providing infrastructure and communications solutions to the Federal Government, the Department of Defense and the US Army, and are committed to providing best-in-class solutions to the Army under the IMOD Program.