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October 25, 2010

Lockheed wins PM Battle Command systems contract from US Army

Technical development and Web service capabilities integration

By CBR Staff Writer

Lockheed Martin has been awarded $66m worth two task orders by US Army’s PM Battle Command, to integrate technical development and Web service capabilities for PM Battle Command systems and products.

Under the two-year initial task order, valued $42.1m, Lockheed Martin will provide software development and operational support efforts.

The support services include: design, development, integration, test, training and field service support for the Global Command and Control System-Army and the Defense Readiness Reporting System-Army.

In addition, the Joint Convergence Product Development-Tactical Battle Command two-year initial task order with one-option year, valued $24m, Lockheed Martin will provide the only Joint and Coalition interoperability capability through Web applications, service-oriented architecture infrastructure, and software Web service technologies.

The company said that the primary work for both task orders will be performed at Aberdeen-Maryland, Springfield-Virginia, and Tinton Falls-New Jersey.

 

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