ESP awarded a $17.7 Million
Task Order

BCBL Fort Gordon

ESP awarded a $17.7 Million Task Order from the U.S. Army's Capabilities Development Integration Directorate (CDID), Experimentation Division, Fort Gordon, GA.

ESP LLC, a leading provider of technical and logistics services and solutions to U.S. Army, has been awarded a competitive task order valued at $ 17.7 million to provide Network and Satellite Engineering support to U.S. Army Fort Gordon Capabilities Development Integration Directorate (CDID), Experimentation Division, Fort Gordon, GA. The period of performance, begins 1 Jul 12 and includes a base year and two option years. This is a 3-year effort in support of Network Service Center Training (NSC-T) Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Systems Engineering, Training, and Live Experimentation. Under this contract, ESP will provide network and satellite expertise and materials to support the NSC-T mission. ESP has been providing industry leading support to the NSC-T for over five years. We look forward to expanding our roles and responsibilities and are honored to provide this critical support to the Warfighter and NSC-T customer.

The mission of the U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence, CDID, Experimental Division, and Fort Gordon, Georgia is to provide overall direction, oversight, vertical and horizontal integration of all activities focused on providing the means to improve battle command and information warfare capabilities. The Experimental Division’s (ED) responsibility is to develop and leverage technologies that enhance the Army’s ability to practice the art and science of battle command and to seek solutions to information warfare requirements. ED is the focal point for the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and the U.S. Army Signal Center (SIGCEN) at Fort Gordon, GA on tactical battle command communications issues and information warfare technologies. The ED includes the Network Services Center-Training (NSC-T), a 24/7 operations serving Warfighter Information Network - Tactical (WIN-T) incremental fielding's, training, and live experimentation.

"ESP is honored and very pleased to have been selected to continue the critical mission at the Battle Lab NSC-T and to support the Warfighter. We look forward to supporting the mission of the Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Experimentation Division," said ESP's Chief Operations Officer, Gary Livero.