iGov, provider of evolutionary tactical network systems and support programs, announced today it was awarded contract #H92222-13-D-0001 for Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN) Production, extending its relationship as Prime for the program to over 10 years. This is a single award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract with a 3-year base period, and two 1-year options. The maximum contract value is $500 million.
"This award is important in solidifying iGov's position as a proven, major market provider of tactical IT systems, and will significantly add to the 9,000+ innovative iGov systems already in operation," said Patrick Neven, CEO and Chairman of iGov. "We're proud to continue as part of the TACLAN program to support the warfighter with a wide range of critical technologies, and providing a vital technology tool."
Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN) is a modular, scalable family of networks providing Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence Automated System (C4IAS) enabling tactical user with a flexible interface to communications, databases, and mission applications that extends the equivalent fixed base garrison C4ISR architecture around the globe. The TACLAN Contract will deliver system design, production, logistics, and sustainment support for a TACLAN Family of Systems (FoS).
"This new contract, combined with our existing USMC Tactical Collaborative Work Suite (TCWS) and Combat Operations Center (COC) contracts, is a testament to our relationship and value as a tactical IT solutions resource for the military, and provides a solid base for our company's growth," said Mike Tyrrell, President and COO of iGov.
Manning Bolchoz, iGov's TACLAN PM, stated that iGov and Team TACLAN were "looking forward to their continued support of USSOCOM's Special Operations Forces. We are excited at our opportunity to provide IT and C4 services that facilitate USSOCOM's ability to optimize the delivery, performance, and maintenance of the entire TACLAN Family of Systems."
Date: Jun 24, 2013