PSI awarded $83M AFSOF contract

Planned Systems International, Inc. of Arlington, VA announced on December 2 that it had been awarded a contract to support the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Forces (AFSOF) in the operation, maintenance and development of specialized command and control mission systems (C2MS II). Awarded under PSI’s Alliant 2 GWAC, this single-award task order contract has a value of over $83 million.

Under the contract, PSI will support the current mission and priorities of the AFSOF and develop future warfighting capabilities to support special operations throughout the range of military operations around the globe. PSI will bring a mixture of mission and platform knowledge, innovation and DevOps capabilities to enhance Air Force Special Operations Command’s (AFSOC) critical mission to organize, train, educate and equip forces to conduct special operations missions worldwide.

“We are honored for the opportunity to deliver C2MS II capabilities to the 492d and support AFSOF by maintaining its existing systems and developing future warfighter capabilities to help fulfill its mission,” said CEO Terry Lin. “PSI is committed to delivering advanced technology, Agile methodologies and leading edge solutions that will accomplish our client’s global mission and support critical national security objectives.”

Source: PSI