Alion Wins $75M Task Order

Tim Lawrence. Alion

Alion Science and Technology has been awarded a $75 million task order to provide combat vehicle command, control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance on-the-move support to the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific.

“Alion has supported this customer since 2009,” said Alion Senior Vice President Tim Lawrence. “Being able to provide continued access to the team that built the NOTM system and the OEMs for the individual components allows for uninterrupted advancement of C4ISR technologies. Our knowledge and agile approach allows us to quickly respond to new and emerging C4ISR requirements.”

Alion will support the U.S. Marine Corps and Army programs at NIWC Pacific to ensure interoperability and commonality of functions between systems and upgrades.

The Air Force Installation Contracting Agency awarded the contract under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s Defense Systems Technical Area Task multi-award contract.

The company will help advance joint and coalition force capabilities by helping provide satellite communications technology to the Joint Information Environment for weapon system platforms worldwide.

Alion’s work will include providing technical expertise for developing operational concepts for SATCOM-OTM across multiple weapon system platforms, including tactical vehicles. The company’s focus will be on systems engineering and expertise in evaluation, design and testing and implementation of advanced hardware and software for C4ISR-OTM.

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