Constellation West, a leading provider of mission-critical technology solutions for the U.S. government and one of the fastest-growing service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned, small disadvantaged businesses in the country, announced today it was awarded a $3 million software development and sustainment contract to support the U.S. Transportation Command’s Commercial Operations Integrated System program (COINS). Harris IT Services, a division of Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), is a partner with Constellation West on the contract.
“We are honored to have a new opportunity to develop this partnership with USTRANSCOM to support key missions around the world,” said Lisa Wolford, president and CEO of Constellation West. “Our team brings together a deep understanding of software development, customer requirements and the complexities of the commercial airlift marketplace. We look forward to offering innovative approaches, new capabilities and cost-effective management to help meet the unique challenges of USTRANSCOM’s global mission.”
COINS is a multiuser online information system supporting contracting, budgeting and analysis necessary for the financial management of the airlift augmentation program. Under the potential five-year contract, which includes one base year plus four option years, the Constellation West team will provide full life-cycle support, including operations, system maintenance, software updates and integration of new technologies for COINS.
The work is being performed in O’Fallon, Illinois, just outside Scott AFB, which is headquarters of USTRANSCOM and the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command.
Source: Constellation West
Date: May 19, 2015