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Special Operations Command Orders Power Mgmt Devices From Ballard Subsidiary; Paul Osenar Comments

Special Operations Command Orders Power Mgmt Devices From Ballard Subsidiary; Paul Osenar Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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tablet, soldier, c4isrThe U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded Ballard Power Systems“™ Protonex subsidiary a potential $5.8 million contract to supply portable power management tools to Socom.

Socom expects Protonex to ship all SPM-622 squad power manager special operations kits in 2016 under the follow-on contract that the program executive office-soldier awarded through the Nett Warrior program, Ballard Power Systems said Wednesday.

This follow-on order comes five months after the U.S. Army awarded Protonex a $2.8 million contract to produce at least 400 SPM-622 kits for use by special operations forces in combat missions.

Paul Osenar, president of Protonex, said the company“™s power management tools aims to support the U.S. military“™s transition to the “digital battlefield.“

The SPM-622 system works to power portable radios, computers, GPS systems and other electronic devices that military personnel use in the battlefield.

Protonex“™s engineering and operations team manufactures SPM-622 kits at its facility in Massachusetts.

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Written by Jane Edwards

is a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, where she writes for ExecutiveBiz about IT modernization, cybersecurity, space procurement and industry leaders’ perspectives on government technology trends.

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