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YottaStor now on GSA via ESCgov

ESCgov announced today that it will begin offering YottaStor service through the GSA schedule, effective immediately.  "YottaStor plays a critical role in enabling our customers to cost-effectively store and analyze massive amounts of large data objects", said a spokesperson for ESCgov.  The YottaStor service includes the ability to ingest, search and disseminate massive amounts of data at a cost of pennies per gigabyte per month.  The GSA schedule makes the service easily accessible to Federal agencies and authorized local governments,  supporting multiple missions including healthcare, defense and cyber security.

ESCgov, Inc. is a provider of private-cloud capabilities, delivered as a service.

MCLEAN, VA, Monday, January 26, 2015 

ESCgov Delivers Mainframes on Demand

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded a capacity service contract for the acquisition of on-site mainframe computing services. The five year contract incorporates an ESCgov's solution which enables DISA to increase or decrease its level of service on a monthly basis, and qualifies for the use of operational funds. ESCgov's role under the contract includes the acquisition of IBM mainframe computers which it provides to the prime contractor under flexible monthly terms required by DISA.

DHS ENTERPRISE BPA

ESCgov, Inc., a premier provider of enterprise software and utility computing solutions, announced today that it was awarded an Enterprise Software Solutions Blanket Purchase Agreement by the US Department of Homeland Security.  ESCgov will offer a broad spectrum of IBM software solutions across two of the three capability areas competed: Application Infrastructure and Security. 

The BPA was competed under GSA’s Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70, and provides for software licenses, software maintenance and consulting services within the awarded capability areas.

Under this BPA, DHS components may issue orders on a Firm-Fixed Price (FFP), Time & Material (T&M) and Labor Hour (LH) basis for products and services.

“As a long time provider of software and services to DHS, ESCgov is thrilled to have won this important contract”, said Wayne Greenberg, ESCgov Client Executive.  “Our roots run deep with IBM, and we look forward to working closely with our historical and new partners to bring great value to DHS”.

Key features of the contract include:

·        Software licenses and subscription and support (maintenance) for Application Infrastructure and Security products across the broad IBM solution portfolio;

·        Existing licenses and maintenance contracts from various outside vendors can be migrated under the Enterprise Software Solutions BPA;

·        Existing and future maintenance contracts will be co-terminated to one anniversary date;

·        Current license upgrades and transfer of licenses within and between DHS organizations at no additional cost;

·        Opportunity to negotiate additional discounts at the order level; and

      ·        Licenses and maintenance entitlements will be centrally tracked under one license portal. 

MCLEAN, VA, Friday, September 23, 2011

ESCgov Ranks #1 in Washington Technology's 2008 Fast 50

ESCgov Inc. makes its debut on the Fast 50 list in the No.1 spot, having recorded $46.5 million in revenue in 2007, for a five-year annual growth rate of 275.59 percent.

In 2003, Raj Mittu and Guy Speers founded McLean, Va.-based ESCgov, which stood for Enterprise Solutions Corp. To meet the government's growing demand for greater accountability, the company replaced the traditional time — and materials — billing model with what they call a next generation method that permits agencies to pay only for the information technology services they use — as much or as little as needed.

"Agencies want to be able to account for the value received for every dollar they spend," Speers said. The best technical solution is of little use if we don't also make it affordable, actionable, and accountable.

 Washington Technology's Fast 50

ESCgov Wins DOD "Software as a Managed Service" Contract

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded ESCgov, Inc. of McLean, VA a groundbreaking "Software as a Managed Service" contract. ESCgov's solution was competitively selected to provide a DISA-wide patch management capability on a per-server, per-month basis. The award confirms DISA's commitment to Software as a Managed Service, and places a big stamp of approval on ESCgov's software service model.

"DISA's visionary leadership is creating a workable Federal model for Software as a Managed Service. So many companies are talking about this, it feels really good to actually be doing it", says John Petracek, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for ESCgov. ESCgov also provides mainframe computers to DISA through a prime contractor partner on a per month, per MIP basis.