Wichita Tribal Enterprises Wins USDA End User Support Services Contract



(From October 1, 2017)


HOUSTON--Wichita Tribal Enterprises (WTE) with offices in Houston, Texas, was selected by the United Stat,es Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide large office End User Support Services in Washington, D.C.; Fort Collins, Colo.; St. Louis, Mo., Kansas City, Mo., New Orleans, La.; and Fort Worth, Texas. The contract value is $14 million.


WTE will provide software, hardware, network and server administration support to over 6000 users. They will provide IT desktop support to both Windows and MAC OS computers within a Windows Server Environment.


WTE will also support many of the USDA Business Applications and mobile devices. Their staff will provide training to the USDA end-users for any of the new technologies being installed, such as the Managed Print

Services and are involved in all deployment of new hardware, software and systems, such as Cloud email

and Enterprise Active Directory.


The Firm Fixed Price contract began October 1, 2017 and the period of performance for the contract is October 1, 2017 through March 31, 2019. The base contract is for one year with a six-month extension option. The major subcontractors for this contract are Anadarko Industries, LLC, headquartered in Houston, Texas and The AM Agency, headquarters in Pasadena, Texas.


S. Robert White, Jr., WTE President/CEO stated, "I am excited about this contract win and the opportunity to broaden our work base into the USDA. This contract will add some great capability to our overall portfolio and will be a great asset to the company."


Wichita Tribal Enterprises (WTE) is a Native American, Tribal owned, 8(a) certified, small disadvantaged business with offices in Houston, Texas, Cleveland, Ohio and Albuquerque, N.M. For more information on WTE, please go to www.wichitatribe.com.