PSI to Help Air Force Maintain C2 Mission Systems Under $83M Task Order

Planned Systems International has received an $83M task order contract to help Air Force Special Operations Command develop, operate and maintain command-and-control mission systems.

PSI said Monday it aims to build warfighting technology to support military operations worldwide and apply technical knowledge, DevOps tools and innovation to support the AFSOC mission.

Terry Lin, PSI CEO, said award provides the company an opportunity to maintain current systems and develop  future platforms for the command.

The order was awarded under the General Services Administration's Alliant 2 contract vehicle.

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