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AASKI Gets $673M Army RS3 Task Order for Sensor Operations, Maintenance Support

Jeff Brody

AASKI Tehcnology will help the U.S. Army operate and maintain sensors under a potential $673M task order awarded through the service branch’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services contract vehicle.

The company said Monday it will provide technology operations and readiness maintenance support to the Army Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Project Manager for Sensors–Aerial Intelligence and Product Manager for Manned Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems.

Work also involves modifying and integrating mission equipment payloads on multiple sensor systems and subsystems.

According to AASKI, it will also perform training, test, certification, cybersecurity, engineering and logistics services as part of the order.

Almost 250 companies hold positions on the Army’s $37.4B RS3 contract for knowledge-based professional services to command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs.

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