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Joe Brock: Pragmatics Continues R&D Support for Special Operations Forces

Joe Brock: Pragmatics Continues R&D Support for Special Operations Forces - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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PragmaticsLogoPragmatics has received a more than $10 million task order to provide support services for the Special Operations Forces“™ intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations.

The company will work to develop, integrate, operate and maintain activities to support SOF“™s program for critical functionality, Pragmatics said Wednesday.

“We will develop and manage the technologies needed to meet DCGS-SOF“™s evolving requirements and ensure they best support our warfighters, now and in the future,“ said Joe Brock, Pragmatics chief operating officer.

The task order from the Defense Department“™s U.S. Special Operations Command is for three years.

Pragmatics will also work to provide agile development services and adapt the processes it previously performed for SOCOM“™s security requirements.

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