Boeing Subsidiary Tapestry Pens Valuable Army Deal

Boeing (NYSE: BA) subsidiary Tapestry Solutions won a deal to provide field engineering services in support of development, operations and training for the U.S. Army’s Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3) Total Logistics Support program.

According to the firm, “the three-year contract, valued at up to $79 million, was awarded to Tapestry by prime contractor Raytheon Network Centric Systems of Fort Wayne, Ind.”

“Our long-standing relationship with the U.S. Army and firsthand product knowledge will reduce software development time to improve the system’s functionality and provide faster fielding of system updates, ” said Mike Spencer, Tapestry Solutions senior director of Business Development. “In addition, our field service engineers will use their extensive experience with BCS3 live operations to enhance the realism of BCS3 simulations and other training tools.”

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