The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Facility Technology Integration Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Information Technology (USACE-IT) program delivers value through Information Technology acquisition and project management.
The ITS ACE-IT program works with the agency program, financial, contracting and legal counsel to ensure requirements are met on time, within budget and at reduced risk, resulting in best value solutions. Customized services are scalable and available when and where agencies need them.
We provide the services and the level of support needed for each requirement from our available capabilities that include:
- Requirements Analysis
- Market Research
- Acquisition Planning and Acquisition Strategy Development
- Development of acquisition documentation
- Administering the Contract or Task Order(s)
- Project Management
- Manage Project Schedule and Review Deliverables
- Monitoring Vendor Performance and Resolve Disputes
- Manage Award Fee Evaluation Boards
- Legal Support
- Contract Closeout
Solutions may include the use of the Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) contract vehicle, Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), Multiple Award Contracts, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules or Single award or Agency-Specific Contracts. This suite of solutions provides customer access to thousands of commercial partners and unlimited variety in information technology solutions. Additionally, ITS provides Integrated services that combine services, software, and hardware into a single solution. We also ensure compliance with all applicable Federal Acquisition Regulations, including agency specific acquisition and financial management policies.
What is ACE-IT?
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Information Technology is the enterprise IT service delivery team for USACE. ACE-IT supports the mission requirements of USACE customers by delivering mission-focused IT services using an enterprise service delivery model.
ACE-IT designs, engineers and operates a worldwide data network, in addition to providing direct on-site command and control, coordination, planning and operations and maintenance support for routine and emergency information technology resources and services at more than 1,500 locations in the continental U.S., Pacific Ocean Division headquarters, Honolulu District and Alaska District.
Download the ACE-IT Fact Sheet (PDF) HERE.