InCadence wins $20M biometrics system support contract with U.S. Army
InCadence has secured a $20 million task order for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Near Real Time Identity Operations (NRTIO), aiding the U.S. Army under the entity’s 37.4 billion Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) contract vehicle, the company announced.
The two-year contract with a 12-month base and a 12-month option period will have InCadence deliver global operations, maintenance, software and communications engineering support, and hardware and software procurement for the NRTIO system.
NRTIO provides identity information of foreign operatives to U.S. forces and shares collected biometric data with U.S. allies and coalition partners to establish the identity of adversaries.
“We are very proud to support this important mission and customer,” said Sandy Corbett, InCadence chairman and chief executive officer in a prepared statement. “This effort represents a critical opportunity for InCadence to support the warfighter with technology, innovation and efficiencies, while providing global operational support. We are looking forward to providing the very best capability for our customer and soldiers.”