TAMSCO Gets $17.6M Contract To Support Iraqi Authority

By | February 6, 2004 | Uncategorized

Engineered Support Systems‘ [Nasdaq: EASI] subsidiary Technical and Management Services Corp. (TAMSCO) of Calverton, Md., has been awarded a contract to support Iraq’s Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in command and control information technology infrastructure (C2ITI). TAMSCO is working with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Raytheon [NYSE: RTN]. 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.

Under the contract, TAMSCO will supply satellite-based integrated C2ITI support for various entities within the CPA infrastructure in Baghdad. 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.

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