SES Wins 5-Year US Government Contract for Trojan Network
SES Government Solutions (SES GS) has been awarded a follow-on contract from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) for the Trojan network. The award announced May 16 is for a five-year period.
The Army’s Trojan network provides access to a global, end-to-end network, complete with multi-band service tailored to meet specific INSCOM requirements. SES GS was awarded the initial Trojan contract in 1998 and has expanded the network as it exists today – providing satellite bandwidth, systems engineering support, operations, and maintenance of the satcom network globally.
“We’ve had the honor of supporting INSCOM’s efforts for over two decades on the Trojan network and it is a great privilege to continue serving their mission. We look forward to providing advanced satcom capabilities and delivering secure and reliable multi-band solutions in support of Army military intelligence missions worldwide in the coming years,” retired U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Pete Hoene, president and CEO of SES Government Solutions, said in a statement.