Alion Science and Technology has been awarded a $969 million task order by the General Services Administration.
The task order is for GSA Assisted Acquisition Service Region 1 for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services as well as integrated logistics support for combatant commands.
“We are focused on driving innovation for this program with Alion strengths in full spectrum airborne ISR sensing technologies, AI-based smart analytics, and PED analytics,” said Alion Science and Technology CEO Steve Schorer. “With Alion’s engineering and technology teams focused on the future of national security, our enterprise technical collaboration results in new, comprehensive solutions for our military and intelligence customers.”
The task order focuses on providing increased capabilities for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems. Under the agreement, Alion will design and develop demonstrators, processes and procedures as well as analyze future system capabilities and technologies, develop advanced concept designs, provide system integration and manned and unmanned airborne operations, logistics and sustainment for active and emerging threats.
The award is the continuation of a longstanding relationship with Combatant Command mission partners to support critical missions, said Alan Dietrich, senior vice president and general manager of Alion.
“Our customers and Alion have worked closely together to develop and deploy advanced, multi-intelligence ISR solutions that support ongoing operations,” he said. “Developing future technologies is crucial to maintaining an edge against ongoing and future threats.”
This task order has a 12-month base plus four 1-year options.