The General Services Administration has awarded Sigma Defense Systems a 5-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to support Defense Department sensor data efforts. The contract has a $250 million ceiling value.
“Sigma is proud to have the opportunity to support and expand our relationship with the whole of the Department of Defense,” said President and CEO Matt Jones.
Under the contract, Sigma will support DOD enterprise and site-level installations to operationalize ground entry points and gateways, and other data centers. These gateways support the dissemination of sensor data from manned and unmanned airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets, which support conventional and special operations forces globally.
Specifically, these effort include the integration of ISR sensors and communication components to support sensor data processing and dissemination.
“This program is another step forward in ensuring joint all domain command and control capabilities are available on demand for our forces globally,” Jones said. “We’re committed to partnering with our customers to convert their vision into deployed reality.”