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June 24, 2016
 

U.S. Air Force awards Intelligent Software Solutions $12.2 million contract

Intelligent Software Solutions has been awarded a $12.2 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide continued software support for a number of military organizations around the world.

This is the 18th task order from a contract ISS was awarded by the Air Force in 2012.

Known as Air Space Precision Engagement Research and Engineering, the program called for ISS to provide an advanced software development framework for building intelligence analysis and data fusion software.

Under terms of this task order, ISS will continue providing software support and maintenance activities for The United States Central Command, NATO, and operations in the Pacific.  

ISS will continue providing its expertise with the Combined Information Data Network Exchange and WebTAS Enterprise, to offer new innovations in key areas such as intelligence analysis and Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance. ISS is performing research, development, integration, testing, demonstration, and operations and maintenance of groundbreaking technologies and concepts in support of the ASPERE effort.




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