Army Desktop & Mobile Computing - 2
|Program Name: ADMC-2||
19886 Ashburn Rd
Ashburn, VA 20147
|Award Date: 24 Apr 2006|
|Contract Number: W91QUZ-06-D-0001||Business Type: Small Business||Expiration Date: 23 Oct 2020|
Primary Goods and Services:
Telos is proud to offer world-class solutions from Dell (desktops, notebooks and peripherals), General Dynamics/Itronix (rugged and semi-rugged notebooks) and Intermec (rugged handhelds). We provide solutions from Samsung and Hyundai (monitors, CRTs and plasma displays) as well as from Cyber Power (UPS) and Buffalo (storage). Telos provides assorted complementary services under ADMC-2 to include site surveys, installations, support, system configuration and integration. Our products and services will provide turnkey solutions for the Warfighter. All of our solutions are supported both CONUS and OCONUS.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)code for this contract is 334111, "Electronic Computer Manufacturing".
Ordering Open To: Ordering contracting officers within the Army, Department of Defense, and other federal agencies are authorized to place orders within the terms of the contract and within the scope of their authority.
Ordering Instructions: The ADMC-2 contracts are the Army's mandatory source for the purchase and lease of commodity, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), IT hardware. This includes desktops, notebooks, semi-ruggedized and ruggedized devices, displays, printers, and associated peripherals. All desktop and notebook computers purchased for the Army will be delivered with a CAC reader and be compliant with the latest NETCOM technical requirements to include the Army Golden Master. Services such as installation, site survey, system configuration, asset tagging, image blasting, and custom imaging to support the equipment are also available. Customers must obtain a Statement of Non-availability from CHESS and/or an ITAS Waiver from the CIO/G-6 if they wish to purchase outside of CHESS. See the CHESS FAQ for further information.
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