Systematic Inc. is pleased with the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) decision to reject the protest of its original award of a U.S. Army Mission Command multi-million dollar IT contract to provide an architecture framework for the Common Operating Environment.
Several top defense contractors bid on the U.S. Army Mission Command contract, it was Systematic Inc.’s SitaWare Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) C41 product that beat the competition, readily meeting the requirements and capabilities of the U.S. Army Mission Command.
SitaWare is a software product suite providing reliable situational awareness at all levels of command in mounted and dismounted environments. Troops on the ground can easily access information, as well as coordinate and cooperate with other U.S. forces and coalition partners.
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“This award is a testament to our team’s commitment and dedication to providing the highest level of products and services to clients abroad, and solidifies our role as a significant provider of IT services and solutions for the Department of Defense,” said Systematic Inc. President and retired U.S. Army Col. Rafael Torres.
“We look forward to providing our Soldiers and Army with robust warfighting capabilities to improve future command control. ”
The SitaWare Headquarters solution enhances situational awareness, security and cooperation with other forces. Combined with SitaWare Frontline and SitaWare Edge, SitaWare Headquarters provides collaborative military planning and picture management.
“We’re excited about the capabilities that SitaWare provides, especially as it relates to meeting coalition interoperability requirements. It also provides the core framework that other Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE) application developers can rapidly integrate with,” said Lieutenant Colonel Shane Taylor, the lead developer for CPCE infrastructure from the Army’s PEO C3T.
Systematic was incorporated in 1997, supplying software products and services to the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and Homeland Security on some of the nation’s most sensitive programs.