• AASKI is assisting with the U.S. Army’s global sensor operations. Credit: Graphic courtesy of AASKI
     AASKI is assisting with the U.S. Army’s global sensor operations. Credit: Graphic courtesy of AASKI

AASKI to Provide Sensor Support to the Army

July 22, 2019

Tinton Falls, New Jersey-based AASKI, a woman-owned small business, announced on July 22 that company had secured a $673 million contract to assist the U.S. Army with sensor technology operations and readiness maintenance (STORM). Under a task order on the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services Contract, AASKI will provide operations and sustainment support, and modification and integration assistance for mission equipment payloads for selected platforms on government-owned, government-operated; government-owned, contractor-operated; and/or contractor-owned, contractor-operated sensor systems and subsystems. AASKI reported that it will perform a broad range of modification, test, certification, cybersecurity, operations, training, logistics and engineering tasks.

The task order applies to the Army's Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors; Project Manager Sensors - Aerial Intelligence; and the Product Manager, Manned Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems. 

"It is an honor to support the deployed warfighter once again on the STORM program," said Bharat Parikh, CEO of AASKI. "The support we will provide, along with our strategic teaming partners, is crucial to the intelligence community and the Army."

 

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