Speedcast Gov’t Wins Spot on DHS’ Potential $3B Tactical Comms Support Contract Vehicle

Jeff Brody

Speedcast’s government business won a spot on the Department of Homeland Security’s potential five-year, $3B Tactical Communications Equipment and Services II multiple-award contract to provide data transmission support for ground, airborne and naval missions.

The TacCom II contract vehicle covers equipment such as radios and satellite communications systems as well as services such as systems engineering, integration and maintenance support, Speedcast said Tuesday.

Moe Abutaleb, Speedcast Government’s CEO, said the company is committed to delivering technical services, equipment, technologies and network support as part of the TacCom II effort.

Speedcast is based in Australia and offers satellite and remote communications products and services to government and industry clients.

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