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As one of the largest partners supporting deployed Department of Defense (DoD) missions, Vectrus provides robust command, control, communications, and computer support. The company’s enterprise approach to systems engineering is tailored to meet customer requirements for surveillance, reconnaissance and fused information.
Vectrus provides mission-critical anomaly resolution, cyber defense, software maintenance, database development, computer engineering and programming, open-system engineering, integrated logistics support, depot maintenance and IT support development and life-cycle solutions.
Throughout the past several years, the U.S. Army has continued to implement advanced technology priorities, from enhancing hardware, software, and infrastructure to expanding synthetic training environments, to improve the service branch’s acquisition and modernization processes. The Army has employed agile, responsive cross-functional teams to achieve its modernization goals and efforts.
During Potomac Officers Club’s 5th Annual Army Forum, Wells will discuss the innovations and accomplishments of the Army’s modernization renaissance over the last year, what challenges remain, and how industry can help in 2021 and beyond.
Wells will be joined by BG Anthony Potts, program executive officer, Soldier, with U.S. Army, who will also serve as a panelist at the 5th Annual Army Forum. Kevin Leonard, senior vice president of Contingency Operations with Vectrus will moderate the panel.