Air Force signs $8.8m deal for communications support

The Air Force Communications Agency has tapped MTC Technologies Inc. to provide telecommunications certification office support systems under a $8.8 million contract.

The company said the five-year contract has one base year and four option years.

Under the contract, MTC of Dayton, Ohio, will maintain and enhance the multiserver system used for ordering communications components and equipment by the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Federal Aviation Administration and several commercial telecom organizations worldwide. The company will perform the work at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois.

The systems support the Defense Department's long-distance communications provisioning and procurement business processes. The Air Force Communications Agency and other Defense Department agencies use them to manage more than $2.5 billion in communications projects each year.

MTC also provides engineering, technical and management services to the Defense Department and national security agencies.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for GCN's sister publication Washington Technology


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