Engility Holdings was awarded a prime position on the 5-year, $200 million Traffic Management Systems Engineering Development Support (TMSEDS) indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. Through this award from the Department of Transportation’s John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Engility will deliver highly technical and scientific capabilities and skills to help the Volpe Center respond to new and emerging challenges. The Volpe Center’s mission is to improve the nation’s transportation system by anticipating emerging issues and advancing technical, operational and institutional innovations.
“The TMSEDS contract continues our long and valued relationship between Engility and the Volpe Center,” said Engility CEO Lynn Dugle. “We have a history of delivering innovation to this customer, and we are excited for the opportunity to partner with the Volpe Center on cutting-edge fields such as unmanned aircraft systems.”
Engility was one of five companies awarded a position on this IDIQ, which was announced in the first quarter of 2017. TMSEDS task orders will include work Engility is currently providing under the Traffic Management Infrastructure Systems contract and will allow for bidding on new task orders as well. Task orders can be firm-fixed-price, or cost-plus-fixed-fee.