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Professional services company DCS has won a five-year, $99.5 million contract to perform modeling, analysis and tools support work for the U.S. Air Force’s Seek Eagle aircraft-stores certification program.  Alexandria, Virginia-based DCS will help the service branch develop tools to ensure items for carriage are compatible with multirole aircraft platforms, the Department of Defense said Friday. […] More
Telesat‘s U.S.-incorporated subsidiary has secured a facility clearance from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency to access sensitive information as part of a special security agreement. The document enables Telesat Government Solutions to directly engage with the federal government on providing communications for critical and classified national security missions and meeting other connectivity requirements, the […] More
C3 AI has partnered with the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency on the use of artificial intelligence in modernizing the federal organization’s background investigation processes. The software company said Thursday the C3 AI Application Platform will be employed to help DCSA speed up security clearance applications through an automated application that collates information from federal […] More
The U.S. subsidiary of Israel-based Rafael Advanced Defense Systems received a facility clearance from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency in February, Defense News reported Wednesday. Bethesda, Maryland-based Rafael Systems Global Sustainment started the application process for the clearance in April 2020 and Joseph Anderson, president and CEO of RSGS, said securing the approval provides […] More
Lance Alsheimer has been promoted to serve as executive vice president and manager of the air-sea forces support sector at DCS, where he previously worked as VP. He now leads a team focused on naval and air weapons research and development, and succeeds Larry Egbert who is now the president and chief operating officer of […] More
DCS Corporation has secured a five-year, $77 million contract to help the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center plan testing activities. The company said Thursday it will draft and edit test plans, manage data and plan analysis activities to support operational test capabilities under AFOTEC’s Fighter Test Services program. Work under the contract will […] More
DCS Corp. and its subsidiary, Infoscitex, have received a potential five-year, $48 million blanket purchase agreement from the General Services Administration. Under the BPA, the team will provide a range of technical and management services to support the 711th Human Performance Wing’s Warfighter Interactions & Readiness Division, DCS said Thursday. Jim Benbow, CEO of DCS, said, “DCS […] More
A new DCS Corp. facility in Sterling Heights, Michigan, has wrapped up its construction and is expected to expand the company’s footprint in the area. The facility, strategically located near the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command and the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Ground Vehicle Systems Center in Warren, Michigan, will allow DCS to provide […] More
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency has recognized the implementation and sustainment of industrial security programs of six Northrop Grumman facilities. Northrop said Tuesday it received DCSA’s James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award, which is given to companies that demonstrate compliance with high-level industrial security standards. A DSCA-designated industrial security representative nominated facilities, […] More
Peraton will execute a potential five-year $500 million Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency contract initially awarded to Perspecta, which the former company acquired in May. The other transaction agreement for the delivery of enterprise information technology application development services has a one-year base period and four option years, Peraton said Tuesday. The OTA requires Peraton […] More

The U.S. Navy tasked DCS to develop air traffic control and landing systems for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division's Webster Outlying Field organization as part of a five-year, $29 million contract. The company said Wednesday it started working with WOLF personnel under the Technical, Engineering Products and Software Services contract in December and the team will develop, integrate, test, manage and maintain air traffic control systems over the duration of the award.

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