The Army Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) has announced the awardees for the long-awaited follow-on contract, Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems (GTACS) II. As a Prime awardee, Trace Systems will deliver a wide array of systems and services to meet the Army’s tactical and strategic communications requirements.
GTACS II was awarded to 22 companies, including 8 Small Businesses, to help the Army deliver a single, cohesive and interoperable tactical network to Soldiers on the battlefield that enables successful mission activity. The IDIQ has a five-year base period of performance with an additional five-year option period and covers three functional areas: development, production & deployment, and sustainment through disposal. Building on its success from GTACS I, where they led all prime contractors in total number of task order awards, Trace is positioned and eager to continue their legacy into the GTACS II contract.
“We’ve provided critical mission support to multiple customers on the original GTACS contract for over 7 years and will continue to help the Army define and deliver their network,” Greg Filak, VP of Enterprise Solutions Group, said earlier today. “As a leader in tactical, interoperable communications services and solutions, Trace and its GTACS-II team is ready to continue working for the Army in support of its global missions.”
Trace Systems is a leading provider of satellite and tactical communications, enterprise IT, and cybersecurity services and solutions in global enterprise and tactical environments. Since 2006, Trace has and continues to deliver mission critical capabilities, communications infrastructure, and field support to enable customer success at home station and deployed environments.