Constellation West wins seat on $800M USAMS III IDIQ
Constellation West, a leading provider of mission-critical technology solutions for the U.S. government and one of the fastest-growing service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned, small disadvantaged businesses in the country, announced on February 12 that it is the sole incumbent prime contractor to be awarded the U.S. Strategic Command Systems and Missions Support (USAMS) III contract. The five-year advisory and assistance services IDIQ contract has a ceiling of $800 million.
“We have extensive experience supporting USSTRATCOM and understand the unique needs the organization has in the modern global arena,” said Lisa Wolford, president and CEO of Constellation West. “Assisting USSTRATCOM in its mission to help keep the United States and its allies secure is an honor, and we look forward to continuing to work diligently with our customers there to support its missions.”
USAMS III supports USSTRATCOM’s mission areas of strategic deterrence, space operations, cyberspace operations, joint electronic warfare, global strike, missile defense, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, combating weapons of mass destruction, analysis, and targeting.
In addition to supporting USSTRATCOM headquarters at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, Constellation West will be assisting subordinate and supporting agencies, the subordinate unified command, component commands, and supported agencies worldwide.
In 2009, Constellation West (as CSSS.NET) was the only small business awarded as a prime contractor on USAMS II, an IDIQ with a value of up to $900 million.
Source: Constellation West