Vienna, VA – May 8, 2012—Leading Service Provider and Technology Integrator MicroTech has been awarded a $17.5 Million multi-year contract in support of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIDC) Law Enforcement Advisory Program. The contract provides for the development and integration of a unified, comprehensive enterprise program to house classified and unclassified Law Enforcement Sensitive (LES) data. The effort will leverage existing and future Army law enforcement enterprise IT assets and other external data sources.
As the Army's criminal investigative organization, CID is responsible for conducting felony-level criminal investigations in which there is an Army interest. Headquartered at Quantico, Virginia, and operating throughout the world, CID Special Agents conduct criminal investigations that range from fraud to murder, on and off military reservations, and when appropriate, with local, state and other federal investigative agencies.
MicroTech provides Technology Services, Systems Integration, Cloud Computing, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Product Solutions, Cyber Security, and Social Media Analytics to commercial enterprises, as well as the public sector — managing more than half-a-million tech users daily. A prime contractor on over 100 Federal projects and more-than-25 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to over 2500 vendors and over a million tech products and services across the government.
“MicroTech has a well-established, successful history of superior performance in support of the U.S. Army,” said Tony Jimenez, MicroTech President & CEO. “The Army CID is the DoD’s premier investigative organization. This is another excellent opportunity for us to make a valuable mission-critical contribution to one of our most important customers.”
The contract will provide Army stakeholders with the enhanced capability to rapidly and efficiently manage a variety of law enforcement and criminal intelligence functions; as well as a broader range of senior executive reporting requirements.