Ideal Innovations, Inc. (I-3) Awarded Three Task Orders Totaling $11.3M for Forensic Support Services

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Ideal Innovations, Inc. (I-3) has been awarded three new task orders to support the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) under the Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Defense Forensics Enterprise System (DFES) contract, announced on September 21, 2009. Each task order has a one year period of performance and a combined value of $11.3 million.

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I-3 is pleased to extend our relationship with USACIL and to provide continued forensic laboratory services to the Department of Defense

Ideal Innovations, Inc. (I-3) announced today it has been awarded three new task orders to support the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) under the Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Defense Forensics Enterprise System (DFES) contract, announced on September 21, 2009. Each task order has a one year period of performance and a combined value of $11.3 million.

For the Forensic Enterprise Architecture task order, the I-3 DFES Team will plan and execute the program to produce and analyze a tailored set of data-driven architectural models that encompass the Defense Forensics Enterprise organizational structure, processes, systems, standards and key stakeholders. Work will be performed at the contractor site and at USACIL.

For the Accelerated Nuclear DNA Equipment (ANDE) Transaction and Transition task order, the I-3 DFES Team will develop an ANDE Transaction Manager with the software and hardware necessary to create a user interface and architecture to allow for automated sharing of DNA results and related metadata. The Team will plan, prepare and conduct operational testing of an ANDE prototype at USACIL in conjunction with MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory.

For the Forensic Examiner Support task order, the I-3 DFES Team will provide Chemical Explosives Analysts, Chemical Explosives Technicians and Case File Managers in support of USACIL’s Expeditionary Forensic Division to Afghanistan.

“I-3 is pleased to extend our relationship with USACIL and to provide continued forensic laboratory services to the Department of Defense,” said Powell Benedict, Sr. Vice President & General Manager of Programs and Operations for I-3. “These awards allow us to leverage our wealth of forensics expertise and strengthen our commitment to the DFES mission.”

I-3 is a veteran-owned firm that offers progressive technological, scientific, managerial and security solutions, with a specialization in biometrics and forensics. For more information about I-3, visit us on the web at http://www.idealinnovations.com.

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