Rockwell Collins Wins $35M Army Contract for Satellite Comms; Scott Gunnufson Comments

Rockwell Collins has won a $35 million task order to provide the U.S. Army Communication-Electronics Command with satellite services, according to a company statement.

The task order calls for operations, maintenance, upgrades, and training for Army satellite communication services.

Rockwell Collins will perform required services under the FlexForceTM Life Cycle Service Solution.

“These services include operating and maintaining critical satellite communication equipment that provides data, voice and video communications from remote areas to enhance the situational awareness of the warfighter,” said Scott Gunnufson, vice president and general manager of service solutions for Rockwell Collins.

The award is the largest under an $88 million indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery contract.

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