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Leonardo DRS Gets $181M Task Order Extension for USSOCOM Telecom Support

Leonardo DRS business unit has received a potential 18-month, $180.8 million task order extension from theDefense Information Systems Agency to provide telecommunications support to the U.S. Special Operations Command.

DISA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday the award extends DRS Global Enterprise Solutions work under the USSOCOM Deployed Operations telecommunication program.

The extended order includes a 12-month base period and two three-month options.

The agency issued the extension to sustain the program until a follow-on contract is awarded and to facilitate a transition process if a new contractor secures the contract.

GES provides technological services, rapid response support and field service representatives for communications and security operations.

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