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

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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