HII’s Mission Technologies division won a 3-year task order under the Analytical and Technical Services contract to provide information sharing capabilities to the Five Eyes intelligence alliance.
The alliance consists of the U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the U.K.
The task order is referred to as Pegasus and is administered by the secretary of the Air Force’s Concept, Development and Management Mission Partner Capability Office. Pegasus intends to provide email, phone, video and chat capabilities for seamless collaboration between Five Eyes warfighters at a national and international level.
“Pegasus is an important capability that will help U.S. military forces and Five Eyes members with critical war planning and execution,” said Grant Hagen, president of Mission Technologies’ Cyber, Electronic Warfare and Space business group.
The work will be performed by HII and subcontractor General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc.
Pegasus is part of the overall Mission Partner Capabilities Office portfolio of capabilities, which support the Mission Partner Environment and allows the U.S. military and its mission partners to share information securely.