IndraSoft Inc. announced Jan. 3 that the company has been awarded a $38 million, five-year task order to provide software sustainment and development, lab support, cybersecurity and systems engineering services for the 402nd Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) located at Robins Air Force Base, Ga.
“It is exciting to support the 402nd SMXG as it transcends traditional software support to include the design, development, and upgrading of avionics software in major weapons systems such as F-15, C-5, C-130 and C-17,” IndraSoft Vice President of Operations Pirre Monacelli said.
“With this task order, IndraSoft looks forward to further growth of our CMMI based digital services practice in the areas of agile software development, cybersecurity, data analytics and infrastructure in support of our Nation’s highest priority programs,” IndraSoft President Raj Lingam said.
The IndraSoft team will provide services in support of Operational Flight Programs (OFP), Test Program Sets (TPS), Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), and Mission Support (MS) business lines within the Software Maintenance Group.
The 402nd SMXG at Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC) serves as the single organic source of Mission Critical Computer Resources and Automatic Test Equipment software for all assigned prime systems and equipment, and for all echelons of maintenance requiring computer programming skills and assembly level computer programming languages.
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