A Vectrus subsidiary has secured a potential $12 million contract to provide command, control, communications and intelligence support services to the U.S. Air Forces in Europe.
Vectrus Systems will support C3I operations at various unmanned and manned Air Force facilities located in the U.K., Belgium, Germany and Turkey as part of USAFE’s Enterprise Legacy Voice and Information System program, the company said Wednesday.
The ELVIS contract, managed by the U.S. Air Force Installation Contracting Agency, is a follow on to the USAFE Communications Support Contract.
“We are pleased to be selected as the ELVIS provider and look forward to continuing our nearly 20-year relationship with Air Force communications customers,” noted Vectrus CEO Ken Hunzeker.
Work on the ELVIS contract is scheduled to begin in October and run through March 2021.
Vectrus Systems will also help USAFE run secret and non-secure internet protocol router networks, administer local area network and communications security, maintain telephones, and manage armed forces network and C2 switching systems.