SRA Wins $350M for IT Support to EUCOM, AFRICOM; George Batsakis Comments

George Batsakis
George Batsakis

SRA International has won a potential five-year, $350 million contract from the General Services Administration‘s Federal Acquisition Service to provide two military combatant commands and associated organizations with communications and IT support.

The company said Monday it will support the European Command and Africa Command stationed in Stuttgart, Germany, and the 5th Signal Command and Combined Joint Task Force.

“As a dedicated mission partner to GSA, USEUCOM, USAFRICOM and 5SC, SRA will play a key role in supporting our US national security objectives in this critical region of the world, ” said George Batsakis, SRA’s national security group executive vice president.

The contract also includes devices, hardware and software to support the operations and maintenance of the commands’ C4 systems automation, applications and other areas.

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