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CSC Receives $192 Million Army Contract to Provide C4ISR Regional Support Center Support Services

November 5, 2008
By Katie Packard

CSC has been awarded a task order from the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command to provide command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) regional support center support services. The new services will support the Army's Product Manager Robotic and Unmanned Sensors and the Product Manager Countermine and Explosive Ordnance Demolition. The contract is worth an estimated $192 million if all options are exercised. CSC will provide qualified technicians and logistics personnel to provide maintenance for a collection of networked battlefield sensors and other C4ISR systems throughout Southwest Asia.

DRC Awarded $15 Million Enterprise Architecture Homeland Security Contract

November 5, 2008
By Katie Packard

Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC) has received a contract with an estimated value of $14.9 million from the office of the chief information officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Department of Homeland Security. DRC will provide business engineering services, technical support, design and architectural support required to assist with the development of enterprise and system-level architectures for ICE.

TechNet Asia-Pacific: The Army Needs New Information Technologies

November 4, 2008
By Henry Kenyon

While other commanders speak of esoteric needs, the head of the U.S. Army, Pacific cites both technological and cultural expertise as the key to mission success. Lt. Gen. Benjamin R. Mixon, USA, commander, U.S. Army, Pacific, is calling for specific new technologies to help his force meet its dynamic mission requirements.

TechNet Asia-Pacific: The Network Is the Message

November 4, 2008
By Henry Kenyon

The biggest challenge in securing and operating networks efficiently may be to understand them-which currently is not taking place, said Lt. Gen. Douglas M. Fraser, USAF, deputy commander, U.S. Pacific Command. Leading off the first full day of TechNet Asia-Pacific 2008, Gen. Fraser offered observations about network operations and security that tended to be more philosophical than technical.

Wounded Warrior Resource Center

November 4, 2008
By Rita Boland

The U.S. Defense Department, through Military OneSource, has established a Wounded Warrior Resource Center (WWRC) telephone number and e-mail address. Troops, veterans and their families can call (800) 342-9647 or send a message to wwrc@militaryonesource.com to request support if they have concerns or difficulties during the recovery process. Both methods of contact are operational 24/7.

TechNet Asia-Pacific: Intelligence Challenges Require Commercial Innovation

November 4, 2008
By Henry Kenyon

Intelligence officers in the Pacific theater have seen the future, and it is commercial. That was a point driven home by the opening panel in TechNet Asia-Pacific 2008, now under way in Honolulu, Hawaii. The J-2 panel focused on intelligence challenges, and panelists cited the need for commercial technologies and capabilities to fulfill intelligence sharing needs across diverse coalitions and partnerships.

Pragmatics Awarded $17 Million to Provide Biometric Systems Engineering Services for Army

November 3, 2008
By Katie Packard

Pragmatics Incorporated has received a $17 million task order to provide systems engineering and technical support services for biometrics systems supporting the U.S. Army. The task order was awarded under the Defense Information Systems Agency ENCORE II contract, a multiple-award vehicle open to all federal agencies. Pragmatics will provide program, architectural, engineering and analytical support to the Army.

SAIC Receives General Services Administration Task Order for Central Command Support

November 3, 2008
By Katie Packard

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has been awarded a task order to provide information technology support and services to the U.S. Central Command's (CENTCOM's) Directorate of Command, Control, Communications and Computers (J-6). The task order has a ceiling value of $226 million if all options are exercised. Under the task order, SAIC will provide command, control, communications and computer information (C4I) support for the entire CENTCOM organization. Services will include planning, program management, integration, operation and maintenance of headquarters and/or joint theater-level communications and computer networks.

iRobot Receives $3.7 Million Order from Naval Sea Systems Command

November 3, 2008
By Katie Packard

iRobot Corporation has received a $3.7 million order from the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) under an existing indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for delivery of 17 PackBot Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) robots and repair parts.

L-3 Awarded $92 Million Task Order by Army

November 3, 2008
By Katie Packard

L-3 Communications' global security and engineering solutions (GS&ES) unit has been awarded a five-year, $92.2 million task order by the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Service for the U.S. Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Under the task order, GS&ES will support the Army Architecture Integration and Management Directorate and the Army Capabilities Integration Center as well as other TRADOC centers of excellence throughout the continental U.S.

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