8/7/2002 - Titan Systems has been awarded a competitive contract by the U.S. Air Force having a potential value, with options if exercised, of $41.5 million through December 2006. Awarded by the Air Force's Electronic Systems Center (ESC), headquartered at Hanscom AFB near Boston, MA, the contract supports ESC's Information Technology Services Program needs for the Global Grid Product Area Directorate (PAD).
The Global Grid PAD is an acquisition and integration organization that brings together Air Force, other Armed Services/Federal Agencies, and U.S. Allied fixed and deployed infrastructure, hardware and software applications, as well as, networks, radios, and planning tools, to create and support an integrated "global grid", as part of the Air Force’s command and control network.
Under this award, Titan will provide a wide range of information technology and program management support for the acquisition, test, integration, fielding and continued evolution of Global Grid product lines and programs, including the Combat Information Transport System (CITS), Theater Deployable Communications (TDC), and programs within the Radio Product Group.
"This latest win further expands Titan's support to the Air Force's important mission of providing integrated command and control capabilities to U.S. and Allied combat forces", said Gene Ray, Titan's chairman and CEO. "The global grid command and control network is a vital communications infrastructure initiative, and we look forward to contributing our communications and program management expertise towards its success."
About Titan (www.titansystemscorp.com)
Headquartered in San Diego, The Titan Corporation is a leading provider of comprehensive information and communications systems solutions and services to the Department of Defense, intelligence agencies, and other federal government customers. The company has approximately 11,000 employees and annualized sales of approximately $1.4 billion.
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