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Alion Gets $969M OASIS Task Order for Military ISR, Logistics Support; Alan Dietrich Quoted

Alan Dietrich

Alion Science and Technology has received a potential five-year, $969M task order from the General Services Administration to provide integrated logistics support and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services for combatant commands.

GSA’s Assisted Acquisition Service Region 1 awarded the task order under the unrestricted pool 1 of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract, Alion said Tuesday.

The task order has a one-year base term and four option years and seeks to offer increased C4ISR capabilities to COCOMs.

“This award is the continuation of a multi-year relationship with COCOM mission partners and the outstanding commitment by the Alion ISR team in support of critical missions,” said Alan Dietrich, a senior vice president and general manager at Alion.

Under the task order, Alion will design and build concept demonstrators; examine future C4ISR technologies; provide logistics, sustainment and unmanned and manned airborne operations; develop concept designs; and come up with procedures and processes.

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