Comtech, a leading provider of satellite and terrestrial networking communications technologies, has recently been awarded a significant contract by the U.S. Army. The contract holds a maximum value of $544 million and involves the provision of onsite professional engineering services, as well as the supply and support of Comtech's innovative communications technologies.
Specifically, Comtech will be contributing to the Global Field Service Representative (GFSR) support program, which plays a vital role in ensuring consistent and reliable communications and IT infrastructure support for various branches of the military. This includes the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and NATO. By leveraging Comtech's cutting-edge solutions, U.S. and coalition forces will have the means to maintain robust and resilient connectivity for all-domain operations across the globe.
It is worth noting that this task order falls under Comtech's existing contract with the U.S. Army. This contract is part of the larger Global Tactical Communications Systems II (GTACS II) indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle, which boasts a total value of $5.1 billion over a duration of ten years. Comtech was selected as one of the multiple awardees of the GTACS II IDIQ in 2020, showcasing the company's expertise and dedication to delivering high-quality solutions for military communication needs.
For more information on this contract and Comtech's exceptional services, please visit Comtech's website.