Special to Atmore News
PCI Government Services LLC (PCI-GS) has been awarded a contract by the Army Contracting Command-Redstone Arsenal (ACC-RSA) to provide agency-wide program and acquisition support services under a five-year Blank Purchase Agreement (BPA).
PCI-GS, a tribally owned limited liability corporation of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, will provide the arsenal with a list of services that includes program management support, acquisition support, strategic analysis support, data analysis support, financial analysis support, customer account management support and cost and pricing support.
Those services are “critical in accomplishing the overall mission of the organizations,” a PCI spokesman said in a press release issued by the tribe. The spokesman also noted that the Blank Purchase Agreement will also be used to address “mission and operational needs for other ACC Centers, Army Commands and Program Executive Offices.”
PCI-GS CEO Cody Williamson said the contract award is a reflection of the job the organization has done for various federal government entities during the five years it have been in existence.
“This award reflects the high quality and value of professional support services we’ve delivered to the federal government over the last five years,” Williamson said. “We are honored to assist ACC-RSA with its mission to provide leading Acquisition & Program Support Services to its Army customers.”
ACC-RSA provides acquisition and contracting support to numerous “mission partners,” including the U.S. Army’s Materiel Command, Futures Command through cross functional team support, Space and Missile Defense Command and Aviation and Missile Command, to name a few.
PCI-GS received support from Grant Thornton, a global industry leader in audit, advisory, and tax services, as well as technology transformation, financial transformation, operational and organizational transformation, and risk solutions, as well as from Solerity, a consulting firm that provides U.S. government clients with a range of services that includes Program Management, Financial Management, Technology Engineering and more.