IAP Wins Potential $177M Army Satcom Support Contract

IAP Worldwide Services will help the U.S. Army maintain satellite communications systems under a potential $177.3M contract with one-year base period, four option years and an additional one six-month option, the service branch announced Thursday in a FedBizOpps notice.

Scope of work involves life cycle and depot-level support for the Department of Defense’s global, joint and wideband satcom infrastructure inside and outside the continental U.S.

Under the contract, IAP will provide on-site support services that include preparing sites and installing systems.

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