Pragmatics Lands $20M ENCORE II Task Order

PragmaticsLogoPragmatics has been awarded a potential $20 million contract to provide systems engineering and integration work for the Defense Information Systems Agency.

The task order comes under the Defense Department’s multiple-award ENCORE II technical solutions contract vehicle, the Reston-based business intelligence company said Wednesday.

The contract requires delivery of software maintenance and security and information assurance services, as well as maintenance of development and testing environments, in support of the Joint Planning and Execution Services Program Management Office.

“The services we deliver will help to enable DoD to transform the execution of joint operations activities,” said Joe Brock, Pragmatics chief operating officer.

“We are proud to assist our client in completing their critical objectives.”

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