Telos Corporation was recently awarded a more than $3 million task order by the U.S. Air Force's Electronic Systems Center Cyber Integration Division at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts. The company will modernize the Air Force Information Transport System Increment 2 Aruba Operating Systems and Juniper Authentication System at 57 bases around the world, including hardware, software and services. The award was competed and awarded through the Network Centric Solutions (NETCENTS) contract vehicle.
The Air National Guard has awarded a series of new task orders to Telos Corporation to conduct an inside plant information transport system modernization at 10 Air National Guard sites across the country. The task orders, awarded under the Network Centric Solutions contract vehicle, cover the first three waves of the project and total close to $16 million.
Telos Corporation recently received a $13 million order from the U.S. Air Force to deliver a web proxy server replacement as well as certify and accredit an advanced software version for the Combat Information Transport System program. The network management initiative will replace aging equipment and improve security, and includes hardware, software, training, and certification and accreditation services. This contract was awarded through the Network Centric Solutions contract vehicle.
The U.S. Air Force's 754th Electronic Systems Group has awarded Telos Corporation a Network-Centric Solutions (NETCENTS) task order increase of nearly $6.7 million to provide software licenses, training classes and services in support of the Air Force Application Software Assurance Center of Excellence, located at Gunter Annex, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
Fortress Technologies has joined with Telos Corporation to support the implementation of the Defense Department's Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) identity protection and management programs. Fortress will provide its Fortress Secure Wireless Bridges, which will enable a secure wireless link between handheld devices and a DMDC database. The devices will be used at U.S. military checkpoints worldwide to provide real-time authorization for active duty military personnel, Defense Department civilian employees, eligible contractors and selected others. The one-year contract has a potential value of $582 million with four one-year options.