Engineered Support receives $18 Million contract to support US authorities in Iraq
US-based Technical and Management Services Corporation (TAMSCO) has been awarded a contract to support the US occupying authorities in Iraq with Command and Control Information Technology Infrastructure (C2ITI) various facilities located in Baghdad.
TAMSCO’s wholly-owned subsidiary Engineered Support Systems will carry out the project. TAMSCO's teammates on this effort are Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Raytheon Company. The contract has a one-year basic performance period, with two one-year option periods. The initial funded value of this effort totals $17.6 million, with a ceiling value of $51.9 million, according to Vice Chairman and CEO of Engineered Support, Jerry Daniels.
Under this contract, TAMSCO will supply satellite-based, integrated C2ITI support for various entities within the CPA infrastructure in Baghdad, Iraq. These sites include the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) headquarters, the CPA Ambassador and the Executive Offices.
Support under the contract includes communications architectural design and engineering, installation, operation, maintenance and network operations, including network management and information assurance, secure and non-secure voice and data communication management, systems administration and program management.
Engineered Support Systems is a supplier of high-tech, integrated military electronics, support equipment and logistics services for all branches of America's armed forces and certain foreign militaries. The company also serves a variety of commercial and industrial customers. — (menareport.com)
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