The US Army has awarded Alion Science and Technology with a $3.1 million task order to support the LandWarNet program. Alion will provide engineering support to develop future LandWarNet capabilities and concepts and the contract is for three years.
Under the contract, Alion will seek to provide subject matter expertise and services to the Army LandWarNet and Battle Command Directorate in an effort to aid the Army in moving forward the LandWarNet capabilities. Specifically, Alion will seek to help the Army to prioritize, migrate, integrate and synchronize the system and capabilities throughout the Army. Some of the services Alion will provide include tech support, configuration management, analysis, project management, research and quality assurance. Alion will also conduct strategic planning, programming and systems analysis. Senior VP and Manager of the Strategic Operations Group, Timer Keenan, said “The quality of the information available to decision makers is absolutely critical to the success of any mission. Alion will help the LandWarNet and Battle Command Directorate prioritize and assess architectures, make material fielding strategy improvements, optimize fiscal resources to support capability synchronization and provide program management recommendations.”