Leonardo DRS has received a potential 10-year, $841.5 million contract to supply new hardware and provide engineering services for a computing platform the U.S. Army uses to manage networked-battle command information.
DRS’ network and imaging systems team in Melbourne, Fla., will help address the Army’s Mounted Family of Computer Systems II requirement under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Defense Department said Friday.
MFOCS is designed to support command-and-control, maneuver and situational awareness functions across different configurable levels.
The suite consists of computer processors, keyboards, a removable solid-state disk storage, displays, multi-platform cabling technology and dismountable tablets built to operate in various military environments.
DoD noted the Army will provide a $5 million minimum guarantee to the contract upon issuance of the initial task order through the single-award IDIQ.
The contract’s five-year base period will run through May 24, 2023, followed by five one-year options.