Byron Bright: KBR Eyes Army IT Support Expansion Through ITES-3 Vehicle

KBR‘s government services arm has won a spot on a potential nine-year, $12.1B multiple-award contract vehicle to provide global information technology services to the U.S. Army.

The company said Monday KBRwyle plans to support the military branch in the cybersecurity, telecommunications, business processing, integration, and supply chain management areas through the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 contract.

Byron Bright, president of KBRWyle, said in a statement released Monday the contract presents an opportunity for the group to expand IT and technical work with the Army.

The service branch’s Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions program oversees the contract’s management.

KBRWyle is among the 134 ITES-3 contractors unveiled by the Department of Defense in September last year.

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