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ITES-3S

The Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – 3 Services (ITES-3S) contract is $12.1 Billion an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) small business contract vehicle which provides a broad range of Information Technology (IT) services and solutions to the federal government. ITES-3S is managed by the Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program at Ft. Belvoir, VA.

 

The FWG Difference

  • FWG Solutions is premier Small Business provider of Cybersecurity, Intelligence Services, Engineering and Enterprise IT Services. As a small business with mature systems and robust capabilities, our solutions and services permit federal government agencies to preserve investments made on existing systems, while leveraging the potential of advanced technologies. We support the missions of our customers and we are committed to our country’s national security priorities.
  • As a small business with mature processes, customers who procure services and solutions under ITES-3S would greatly benefit from partnering with FWG Solutions because of its commitment to process improvement and quality, coupled with our service enabled culture and responsiveness.

 

Key Benefits

  • Government-Wide Use: Any federal government agency can purchase FWG services through this contract vehicle, including DoD (Army, Air Force etc) and federal civilian.
  • FWG Solutions is a Small Business and therefore agencies get Small Business credit by working with and procuring services and solutions through FWG Solutions using this vehicle.
  • All TORs are issued using CHESS IT e-mart – Chess Army Link.
  • A variety of contract types: Time & Material (T&M), Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Cost Reimbursable (CR) Task Orders.
  • There is no contract usage fee.

 

Scope –Functional Areas

  • Cybersecurity Services
  • Information Systems Security
  • Information Assurance
  • Information Technology Services
  • Enterprise Design, Integration and Consolidation
  • Program / Project Management
  • Network Systems Operation and Maintenance
  • Telecommunications / Systems Operation and Maintenance
  • Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
  • IT Supply Chain Management
  • IT Education & Training

 

How to Order ITES-3S Services from FWG Solutions (Contract # W52P1J-18-D-A066)

We are excited to work with all government agencies interested in procuring FWG’s services using the ITES-3S contract vehicle. FWG’s ITES-3S Program Team can be reached at: ites3s@fwgsolutions.com

FWG Solutions’ Point of Contacts (POC) for ITES-3S include:

ITES-3S Program Manager
Dennis Powell
Email: dennis.powell@fwgsolutions.com
Phone: (202) 448-9788

ITES-3S Program Management & Teaming
Dennis Powell
Email: dennis.powell@fwgsolutions.com
Phone: (202) 448-9788

Contract Management
Dongfang Liu
Email: contracts@fwgsolutions.com
Phone:(202) 391-0058

 

Additionally, more information about ITES-3S, can be obtained through the Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program website located at Ft. Belvoir, VA.

Human Resources Director

Kristen Crawford

General Counsel

ANDRE BRUCE

Chief Financial Officer

DONGFANG LIU

Chief Growth Officer

GARY SAUER

Chief Innovation Officer

PAMELA K. ISOM

Vice President of DOD and Intel Capture

JONNY GONZALEZ

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Vice President, IDIQ BD & Capture

DENNIS POWELL

Chief of Staff,
Vice President, Corporate Development

MONIQUE MUGNIER

Monique Mugnier serves as Chief of Staff for the organization as well as the Vice President of Corporate Development where she leads the mergers and acquisitions effort for corporate expansion.

Ms. Mugnier has spent over a decade serving as a strategic advisor to corporations for M&A and capital markets; business development strategy; deal sourcing for private equity, investment banking and family office clients as well as advising on strategic executive-level hires and marketing initiatives.

After receiving her Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University, Ms. Mugnier was awarded the Council of Women World Leaders fellowship from Harvard University. The program sent her to live and work in Cape Town, South Africa for the F.W. de Klerk Foundation where she focused on issues and events related to promoting democracy in South Africa both domestically and abroad. She has been published in The New York TimesNewsweek International, and Time Magazine.

Chief Executive Officer

NSHOKANO KATABANA