Trace Systems won a spot on the Navy’s new Seaport NXG contract this December. Due to kick off in April 2019, the vehicle will be used to support service requirements solicited by Department of the Navy activities. The government estimates approximately $5 billion of services will be procured per year under the vehicle.
Trace Systems has successfully been appraised at Maturity Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development – CMMI-DEV ML3. This appraisal shows Trace’s commitment to continuously improving processes across the corporation.
Trace Systems was awarded a RS3 contract during the Army Contracting Command’s second phase announcements in October. The C4ISR services contract vehicle has a ceiling value of $34.7 billion for a five-year base period with a follow-on five-year option.
DOI’s recently awarded FIELDCOM multi-award IDIQ contract consists of three Functional Categories. In September 2018, Trace Systems successfully earned a coveted position under Functional Category 2, providing communications system life cycle support services to to DOI and other federal agencies.
Trace Systems won the follow-on contract on 7 September 2018 to continue providing engineering, operations, maintenance, administration, and management support to the local AFCENT Communications Squadron at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan.