Iron Bow Technologies Gets Spot on $483M FAA IDIQ for Hardware Parts, Support Services

Jeff Brody

Iron Bow Technologies has landed one of four spots on a potential five-year, $482.6M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a Federal Aviation Administration contract vehicle to deliver computer-related products and services.

The company said Monday that it will be providing support services and hardware components for storage systems, servers, network devices, computers and accessories through the FAA’s Strategic Sourcing for the Acquisition of Various Equipment and Supplies vehicle to help the FAA achieve business and mission requirements.

In addition to the IDIQ, Iron Bow has previously secured an award under the SAVES vehicle to provide the agency with video equipment and digital signage systems.

“It is an honor to continue our support of the FAA in their drive to improve efficiencies and safety in aerospace systems throughout our country,” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO at Iron Bow.

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