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Intelligent Decisions Sells US Army Comms, Transmission Systems Assets to Tribalco; Michele Friedman Comments

communication towerIntelligent Decisions has sold the company’s U.S. Army communications and transmission systems business assets to Bethesda, Maryland-based government services contractor Tribalco after the Army Contracting Command approved the transaction.

Tribalco said Friday the deal includes ID’s position as one of 12 awardees on a potential $4.1 billion U.S. Army contract vehicle awarded in September 2013 for communications technology, engineering and integration services for the branch’s global networks.

As the new contractor on CTS, the company will pursue business opportunities to provide satellite, microwave, fiber optics, over-the-horizon, radio and wireless systems to the Army.

Michele Friedman, chief operating officer at Tribalco, said the addition of the CTS contract will expand the company’s portfolio of prime contracts to deliver technologies and turnkey services to global Army customers.

Tribalco’s other prime contract positions include the General Services Administration‘s Alliant Vehicle, the large and small business portions of NASA‘s SEWP V and a combat casualty care and evacuation program run by U.S. Special Operations Command.

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