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Serco awarded part of $5.1bn US Army GTACS II contract

Posted 23 January 2020 · Add Comment

Serco Inc. has been awarded one of 22 positions on the US Army’s Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems (GTACS) II contract.


Courtesy Serco


The contract has a ceiling value across all awardees of $5.1 billion over 10 years.

GTACS II covers information technology services and hardware to support the development of a tactical satellite communications (SATCOM) network for soldiers. The contract vehicle also includes software and hardware engineering, programme management and analysis, systems engineering and supply chain management.

“Serco is pleased to have been newly selected to compete for task orders on this contract vehicle,” said Dave Dacquino, Serco’s Chairman and CEO. “Our team is prepared to produce, sustain and modernise the C5ISR equipment that forms the backbone of the US Army’s mission critical communications.”

 

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