Integral Systems Wins Cyber Deal with US STRATCOM

Integral Systems (NASDAQ:ISYS) won a deal from the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) to support worldwide interference geolocation services.

According to the firm, it “will provide U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), a sub-unified command subordinate to USSTRATCOM, with commercial satellite geolocation services.”

Financial terms of the deal were undisclosed.

“The USSTRATCOM and USCYBERCOM missions are essential to the defense of the United States, ” said Ernie Dickens, VP, Integral Systems Service Solutions. “The enhanced protection of critical leased commercial SATCOM assets, in conjunction with the groundbreaking operational efficiencies gained from the use of existing deployed systems and services, is a unique example of how commercial capabilities are effectively employed in support of the warfighter.”

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