DISA Awards Expression Networks $121M Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Ops Support Contract

Jeff Brody

Expression Networks has secured a potential $121M contract to help the Defense Information Systems Agency automate and simplify management of combatant commands' joint electromagnetic spectrum missions.

Work under the Electromagnetic Battle Management Situational Awareness contract covers data integration, visualization, predictive analysis and reporting services to support military operations in an electromagnetic environment that includes neutral, adversary and friendly-force users, Expression Networks said Monday.

The Enlightenment Capital-backed company will also help DISA collect data in near-real time, as well as manage command-and-control functions and electromagnetic operations for electronic warfare entities, task forces and combatant commands.

Abir Ray, CEO of Expression Networks, said the company’s offerings are built to visualize spectrum operations and planning while supporting spectrum maneuverability for strategic and tactical applications.

Expression Networks is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and offers electromagnetic spectrum management services as well as systems engineering, machine learning, data analytics, software development, information assurance and enterprise infrastructure support.

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