Science Applications International Corp. has been named to the Advanced Battle Management System Digital Infrastructure Consortium developing digital capabilities that enable multidomain operations for the Air Force, Space Force and Joint Force.
“SAIC is one of five companies selected to serve a vital role in realizing the joint all domain Command and Control (C2) vision for the Department of Defense,” said Michael LaRouche, president of the national security and space sector at SAIC.
ABMS will accelerate the fielding of new battle management capabilities, using the best industry has to offer to enable the country’s joint and coalition forces to counter threats.
“We are prepared and ready to support our nation’s warfighters and provide them with a secure architecture that accelerates decision making and amplifies mission success,” LaRouche said.
As part of the Digital Infrastructure Consortium, SAIC will collaborate with other members to integrate modern capabilities leveraging digital engineering. These capabilities will become the foundation for the Department of the Air Force’s contribution to the JADC2 concept.