Kratos Defense Wins $105M Contract for UAS from US Army

  • 12:00 AM, November 22, 2011
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Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc., a leading National Security Solutions provider, announced that its Weapon Systems Solutions Division -- Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc. (DFSI) subsidiary was a critical team member of Aerodyne, Inc., which was awarded a contract with potential value over $105 million to provide technical and engineering support for the U.S. Army Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Project Office. Kratos and the Aerodyne Team have been performing mission critical UAS-related work for this extremely important National Security customer for the past five years. Under the Project Manager, Army UAS Technical Services contract, Kratos-DFSI will provide significant technical expertise to support the UAS Operations Center, as well as all UAS Platforms and functional divisions, in the areas of operational readiness, flight hour/sortie historical data, maintenance action records, and all Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) data elements. In addition to UAS Operations Center support, DFSI supports PM UAS-wide automation initiatives and system sustainment activities such as the UAS Dashboard, the UAS portal/intranet (SharePoint), custom database applications, automated processes and workflows, and Lean Six Sigma business process improvement efforts. The team's five-year contract has a base value of more than $9 million, with five additional options. If all options are exercised, the contract value will exceed $105 million. The work will be performed primarily at the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL. "The UAS PO is committed to continuous improvement of their processes and systems," said Jeff Williams, DFSI Senior Director. "DFSI has had the unique opportunity to lead or support many of these process improvement initiatives over the past 6 years, and we are pleased that we can continue supporting the UAS PO as part of the Aerodyne team."
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