ISS wins $249 million Air Force contract

computerIntelligent Software Solutions has won a $249 million U.S. Air Force contract

The contract is for work with the Air Force’s Command and Control Applications and Information Services Development.

ISS is one of seven prime contractors selected for the contract. The five-year contract at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts will support the replacement of theater battle management core systems, as well as development of Air Force command-and-control applications and information services for air, space and cyberspace domains.

The work will provide architecture and functionality improvements, vastly improving warfighter productivity compared to existing systems that in some instances are leveraging technology initially fielded more than a decade ago.

“By selecting ISS as a prime contractor for this important program, the Air Force showed its confidence in ISS, which has provided the Air Force with critical command and control software and applications around the world for many years,” said Marcus Featherston, vice president, C2ISR Systems of ISS. “Through this contract and others like it, we will continue to help the Air Force enhance its C2 and data fusion capabilities well into the future.”

Team ISS includes Accenture Federal Services, The Boeing Co., Thales Raytheon Systems LLC, Ultra Electronics Advanced Tactical Systems, Data Tactics Corp., Tactical Communications Group LLC, and Triquetra Technologies.

ISS provides its U.S. and foreign government customers with software solutions. ISS products are used extensively by the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, intelligence organizations and several international customers.

 

One Response to ISS wins $249 million Air Force contract

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    Darren Doucet
    February 19, 2013 at 4:29 pm