Army extends ManTech's work on DCGS-A
- By Defense Systems Staff
- Oct 16, 2012
ManTech International has won a $45 million task order to continue furnishing key services for the Army's primary system for processing and sharing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data gathered from manned and unmanned sensor platforms, the company said Oct. 16.
Specifically, the company will provide engineering, logistics, and business operations support services for the continuing incorporation of ISR capabilities into the Army's Distributed Common Ground System, the company said.
ManTech will be responsible for configuring the objective architecture for DCGS-A to ensure that all data modifications to the system and and its cloud complement are successful, the company said.
The Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command will oversee the work.