Roy Smith: Fulcrum Lands Task Orders for Army Sensor Tech Support

Fulcrum logoFulcrum has received $22 million in task orders during the fourth quarter of its 2014 fiscal year to help the U.S. Army deploy and maintain sensor technologies.

The company was awarded the orders as a prime contractor on the Army’s $1.8 billion Warrior Enabled Broad Sensing services program, Fulcrum said Wednesday.

Roy Smith, Fulcrum senior vice president for the national intelligence, Air Force and Army division, said the company supports the Army’s night vision and electronic sensors directorate through the WEBS contract vehicle

The WEBS contract covers technology research, development, testing, evaluation, program management, fielding, sustainment, engineering, demonstration and operational services.

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