Telos to Help Maintain DISA’s Automated Messaging Platform

Telos has landed a five-year, $15.6M contract to continue helping the Defense Information Systems Agency maintain a web-based platform for organizational messaging services.

The company said Tuesday it will manage the configuration and engineer software of DISA's Automated Message Handling System, as well as provide technical and product support services.

The agency has used AMHS over the past 21 years to secure military communications and maintain interoperability between tactical and strategic environments.

“DISA is one of our longest-standing customers and we’re excited to continue to support their organizational communications,” said John Wood, chairman and CEO at Telos.

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