Trace Systems Wins Potential $998M IDIQ to Help Manage Pentagon’s Mission Partner Environment

Jeff Brody

Trace Systems will support the design, implementation and management of an enterprise system meant to enable  collaboration between the Department of Defense and its mission partners under a potential five-year, $998M contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency.

The Mission Partner Environment Services enterprise will be designed to connect nearly 45K users worldwide, Trace Systems said.

The U.S. Air Force's Mission Partner Capabilities Office is responsible for executing the MPE-S indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity and overseeing efforts to modernize, integrate and consolidate modernization, management, integration and consolidation of multiple information sharing networks and programs.

Those systems include the Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System, Pegasus and the All Partners Network.

Otto Hoernig III, CEO of Trace Systems, said the company will apply its experience providing information technology, technical and field services in the MPE-S program.

“We are honored to be a part of this critical Air Force mission supporting enterprise modernization and transformation of coalition information sharing and multi domain warfighting capabilities over the next five years,” Hoernig added.

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