ANSER Secures DoD CIO Analytical Support Contract; Carmen Spencer Quoted

Analytic Services has received a potential $29.6M contract to provide analytical services to the Department of Defense's chief information officer.

The nonprofit said Friday it will help the DoD CIO plan strategies, capital and budget, assess capability and analyze standards and architectures for the department's command, control, communication and computer enterprise.

The Pentagon's C4 infrastructure employs satellite and tactical communications, information sharing and mobile technology platforms.

Falls Church, Va.-based ANSER operates as a public service research institute and provides research and analysis support to the national security, homeland and public policy sectors.

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