ISS names team for $249M Air Force command and control applications project
- By Defense Systems Staff
- Feb 20, 2013
Intelligent Software Solutions has won a five-year, $249 million contract with the Air Force to assist the service with command and control software support, the company said Feb. 19.
Under the Command and Control Applications and Information Services Development (C2AD) contract, the Colorado Springs, Colo.-based company will assist the Air Force with key architecture and functionality improvements designed to improve warfighter productivity, the company said.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will support the replacement of Theater Battle Management Core Systems, and also the development of Air Force C2 applications and information services for air, space, and cyberspace domains, the company said. Overall, it will address needs across the full software lifecycle, from concept development through fielding and sustainment.
ISS' team includes the following companies:
- Accenture Federal Services
- Thales/Raytheon Systems
- Ultra Electronics Advanced Tactical Systems
- Data Tactics
- Tactical Communications
- Triquetra Technologies
ISS' team has experience in the air, space, and cyberspace C2 domains. Specifically, the team has experience with service-oriented architecture, NATO coalition support, joint and combined operations, theater battle management core systems, data link integration, cyber assurance, cross-domain solution engineering, and military aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft operations.
The contract was awarded by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass. ISS is one of seven prime contractors selected for the contract.