What's in the Air Force's multiyear communications and IT award to InDyne?

According to Vandenberg Air Force Base, the contract includes:
  • More than $350 million to Range Operations, Maintenance and Support services to provide a range capability to conduct and support activities for spacelift, ballistic missile, tactical military operations and aeronautical programs.

  • About $43 million for command, control, communications and computer services to maintain and operate the Defense computer, radio and communication centers' interfaces with the Federal Communications Commission.

  • Launch communication work estimated at $14 million. The company will provide the technical services and supplies necessary to operate and maintain communications and electronic systems at the range facilities.

  • InDyne will charge the base about $12.5 million for other security and support services, including installation, operation, maintenance, programming, management of computer resources, computer security and lifecycle acquisition management.

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