Thursday, June 12, 2008

Americom Wins $136 Million Contract U.S. Army's TROJAN Network

AMERICOM Government Services (AGS) has won a follow-on contract with an initial value of $136.2 million over a five year base period in support of the U.S. Army's TROJAN Network. The Army's TROJAN Network provides an operational intelligence capability and a means of enhancing combat readiness of military personnel. AGS provides the satellite bandwidth, systems engineering support, and operations and maintenance of the satellite communications network.

AGS said the contract also includes five additional one-year options worth $150.2 million for a total potential contract value of $286.5 million over 10 years. AGS won the initial contract for the network in 1998.

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