Iron Bow Technologies will provide networking and information technology equipment to the U.S. Air Force under a potential six-year, $6.9 billion contract.
NETCENTS-2 has three base years and three option years and covers products such as network servers and storage as well as hardware and software systems for biometric and identity management, Iron Bow said Tuesday.
Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow, said the company will work to provide technologies for a wide range of Air Force missions.
Iron Bow is one of 16 awardees for NETCENTS-2 (click here to find out who the other 15 winners are).
The Air Force aims to integrate its IT systems and align them with the branch’s enterprise cyberspace infrastructure under the contract, Iron Bow said.
Small businesses will also have the opportunity to perform work under the contract.