Six3 Wins $60M Army Intelligence Services Contract in Europe; Robert Coleman Comments

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Six3 Systems has won a potential $60 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide U.S. Army Europe with intelligence services.

The work will involve intelligence technical support services in the form of geospatial data, cyber counterintelligence, biometrics, computer network defense and systems engineering, the company said April 3.

The Mclean, Va.-based company said it will seek to help USAREUR strengthen its presence in the region and partnerships with the international military through the single-award two-year project.

“Six3’s ITSS award illustrates our continued success applying our experience to new, enduring mission sets worldwide,” said Robert Coleman, Six3 president and CEO.

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