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Sotera Lands Army Intell System Sustainment Task Order; Deb Alderson Comments

Deb Alderson
Deb Alderson

Sotera Defense Solutions will help the U.S. Army integrate and sustain field software for intelligence systems the branch uses worldwide under a two-year, $87 million task order.

The company said Tuesday that the Army awarded the order under the Software and Systems Engineering Services Next Generation contract vehicle, through which the branch acquires engineering and scientific support services.

“Sotera is honored to support critical national security operations by delivering services and solutions to enable the warfighter to achieve success in even the most challenging environments, ” said Deb Alderson, Sotera president and CEO.

Contract work will also include training services for garrison, exercise, combat operations and contingencies for users of fixed and tactical intelligence systems.

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