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Telos to Back Air Combat Command Cyber Operations Under $108M NETCENTS-2 Task Order

Telos has secured a potential five-year, $108 million task order under the U.S. Air Force’s Network-Centric Solutions-2 contract vehicle to provide network operations, infrastructure systems, planning and related services for the Air Combat Command.

The company said Monday it will work to help the command’s mission defense teams implement defense cyber operations in support of mission and weapon systems across ACC.

Telos will perform enterprise architecture engineering and planning, network enterprise service and configuration management at 17 ACC sites across the U.S.

The task order also covers technical support and network assistance as well as data, voice and video communications integration with Defense Department, coalition and commercial networks for on-base classified communications.

Telos is one of the 17 companies that won spots on the potential $5.79 billion NETCENTS-2 Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions Small Business contract in April 2015.

 

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