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Space Force Awards 20 Spots on Potential $1B Rapid Resilient Command & Control IDIQ

The U.S. Space Force has awarded 20 small enterprises positions on a potential $1 billion contract to develop a next-generation ground system for military satellites, SpaceNews reported Friday.

Rapid Resilient Command and Control is a small business set-aside program that seeks to build a ground system on a commercial cloud architecture to support space operations missions, such as maneuvering military space assets in response to threats.

The Space Rapid Capabilities Office will use the multi-year R2C2 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to issue task orders for software tools and infrastructure designed to enable the service branch’s operators to reposition satellites and perform other operations in a more agile manner.

Through R2C2, the Space RCO said it will procure software systems in “bite-sized” pieces and expects to award the initial task orders in the next few months. 

The awardees are:

  • a.i. solutions
  • Aalyria Technologies
  • Defense Unicorns
  • FTI – Frontier Technology
  • Giuseppe Engineering
  • Infinity Systems Engineering
  • IS4S – Integrated Solutions for Systems
  • NewSat North America
  • Northstrat
  • Omitron
  • Omni Federal
  • Pacific Crest Alliance
  • Picogrid
  • Quantum Research International
  • Raft
  • Rogue Space Systems
  • Sphinx Defense
  • Systems & Technology Research
  • TapHere! Technology
  • True Anomaly

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