Small, disadvantaged business Agile Defense is growing rapidly. And it’s doing this by building a reputation as a solid partner that helps agencies deliver innovative IT solutions. Every engagement begins with the company’s philosophy: “Listen. Think. Innovate.”
Based on this reputation — and the ability to deliver results — the company recently won a $26.2 million task order to provide IT services and support to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
The cost-plus-award-fee task order has options for unclassified IT services and support for the DARPA Mission Services Office Information Technology Directorate. Under the contract, Agile Defense will provide office computing, networking, communications services, design and development, and technical support services. The task order was competed among all General Services Administration Alliant Small Business Government-wide Acquisition Contract holders, and the agency received seven offers.
Agile Defense is known for actively and directly engaging customers to shape IT offerings that create value and meet their end users’ needs. It does so by building strong partnerships with its customers to develop a vision that’s aligned with the agency’s enterprise-wide capabilities and its overall business strategy.
This approach has earned the firm several prestigious awards, including the Washington Technology magazine Fast 50 Government Contractors and the Entrepreneur magazine Hot 500 Small Businesses. And it has garnered Agile Defense a FedPulse winning contractor commendation.