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Binary Group Awarded a $17 Million Contract to Support Army PEO EIS Power Projection Enablers (P2E) Program

ARLINGTON, Va., March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Army Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), Product Manager, Power Projection Enablers (PdM P2E) has awarded a contract valued at $17.4 million to Binary Group to provide systems engineering, integrated logistics support (ILS), information assurance (IA), operations support, and program support services.

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Team Binary will support the Army to acquire and implement Enterprise-wide Information Technology capabilities and services supporting deployed forces in forward support areas worldwide including Pacific, Middle East, Europe, and Africa regions, with team members strategically located in South Korea, Germany, Kuwait, Hawaii, and Virginia.  P2E will enable soldiers, commanders and supporting organizations to access, process and act upon information, anytime, anywhere, enabling the application of force across all phases of Joint Operations.

"Binary has a highly experienced team and a deep understanding of the Army's requirements, having provided acquisition program management, systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA), information assurance/security, enterprise architecture, and other enterprise IT services for the Army and DoD for the past 12 years," said John Kilgallon, Binary's program manager for P2E. 

The Binary team will provide engineering expertise to analyze system concepts, system design, and interoperability, with recommendations for improved performance; prepare and update engineering and technical documentation; conduct independent evaluation and assessments of systems and technologies and proposed changes; identify requirements, development, and execution of the life cycle logistics processes; information assurance support for accreditation of existing systems or initial design of new systems; operations support; and program management support and control.

"We are excited to support the Army PdM P2E in this highly visible and responsible role to fulfill a broad and comprehensive spectrum of program requirements supporting PdM P2E," said David Stephens, Binary's president and COO.  "We apply Binary's unique Outcome Driven Enterprise Approach™ to every program, an agile and accelerated planning methodology that defines what matters most across the enterprise with an executable and consistent model to generate results quickly and cost-effectively.  Our team will optimize efficiencies throughout the IT life cycle and accelerate time to value for the PdM P2E."

About Binary Group

Binary Group is a leading and award-winning woman-owned small business (WOSB) offering technology solutions, data analytics, enterprise architecture, training & workshops, and consulting within our domain areas of expertise - financial management, acquisition program management, population health, and information assurance / cybersecurity. 

Binary continues to lead the Federal Government in transformational initiatives, applying our Outcome Driven Enterprise Approach™ to better define needed outcomes and rapidly drive incremental results. Founded in 1996, Binary Group has consistently accelerated time to value, enabling growth, cost efficiencies, transformational change and mission success for our DoD, Intel and civilian agency clients.  855-424-6279; www.binarygroup.com; http://www.binarygroup.com/blog

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