Envistacom has secured positions on two of the 10 pools of the General Services Administration’s 10-year ASTRO contract vehicle for manned, robotics, optionally manned and unmanned platforms.
The company said Wednesday it secured positions on development/systems integration and research pools of the ASTRO indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract.
Alan Carson, president of Envistacom, said the company will provide the Department of Defense with novel technologies and services meant to bring new capabilities to warfighters in support of their missions under the GSA ASTRO program.
Carson added that Envistacom has a track record of providing R&D and systems integration services and looks forward to working with the GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center on the ASTRO contract.
In July, GSA announced the full list of awardees on the multiple-award ASTRO IDIQ contract. The other eight pools are aviation, training, mission operations, support, data operations, ground, maritime and space.
Atlanta-based Envistacom is a disadvantaged woman-owned small business providing communications, intelligence, cyber platforms and services to customers in defense, intelligence and aerospace sectors.