Telos wins DISA automated message handling contract

Ashburn, VA-based Telos Corporation announced on June 16 that it has been awarded an additional five year, $15.6 million contract by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for Telos Automated Message Handling System (AMHS) support. Telos AMHS is the most widely-used organizational messaging product in the U.S. Department of Defense. DISA has been using AMHS since 1999 to provide secured military messaging and ensure interoperability between the diverse communities operating in both strategic and tactical environments.

As part of the contract, Telos will maintain continuous and seamless operation of the AMHS system, providing competent and responsive task order, configuration management, test and evaluation, software engineering, technical support, product support and enhancements.

“DISA is one of our longest standing customers and we’re excited to continue to support their organizational communications,” said John Wood, Telos CEO and chairman, Telos. “Cutting edge messaging is key to seamless military operations, and we’re honored to be the lynchpin in meeting that mission.”

Source: Telos