DCS-Millenium JV Nabs Task Orders to Support Army Night Vision Work

night visionA joint venture of DCS and Millenium has secured three task orders worth $21 million combined to support U.S. Army sensors and night vision work as part of the Warrior Enabling Broad Sensors contract.

DCS said Monday the DMJV venture will offer support to the Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, Night Vision Electronic Sensors Directorate and Army Project Manager Terrestrial Sensors.

The joint venture will also offer acquisition documentation, business management, cost estimation, logistics management, project management, software engineering, systems development, systems engineering, test and evaluation and technical management support services.

Work will also cover support to the NVESD Ground Degraded Visual Environment in collaboration with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which calls on DMJV subcontractors to participate in concept design, development, testing and demonstration of a new tactical visualization technology for warfighters.

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