DCS Gets Potential $98M Army PNT System Support Order

DCS will provide engineering and technical support for the U.S. Army‘s positioning, navigation and timing systems under a potential five-year, $98 million task order.

The company said Tuesday it will assist the PNT program manager within the service branch’s program executive office for intelligence electronic warfare and sensors in system planning, development, management, sustainment and implementation efforts.

Locations of work include Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland, Robins Air Force Base and Fort Gordon in Georgia and Los Angeles AFB in California.

The order was awarded under the Tank and Automotive Command’s Strategic Service Solutions Knowledge Based Services contract.

PM PNT coordinates PNT system-of-systems architecture and related products for mounted and dismounted military platforms.

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