Sotera names team for $7B contract

Earlier acquisition helps land lucrative procurement

Sotera Defense Solutions has named its teammates on a $7 billion Army contract for engineering and scientific support services.

The company is one of 12 winners of the Army Communications-Electronics Command’s Software and Systems Engineering Services Next Generation Contract.

“This vehicle provides an excellent opportunity for Sotera and our teaming partners to deliver a wide range of services and solutions to improve the Army's ability to enable the warfighter to achieve success in even the most challenging environments,” said Sotera president and CEO John Hillen.

The company’s team includes:

  • Boeing
  • Chenega
  • Information and Infrastructure Technologies Inc.
  • Excelis Visional Information Solutions
  • Five Hills LLC
  • Innovative Management Concepts Inc.
  • IntelliGenesis LLC
  • IntePros Federal
  • Navigator
  • Precision Computing Intelligence
  • Quaestor
  • Security Innovation
  • SGI
  • SM&A
  • Thermopolae

One of the keys to their successful bid was the data fusion, analytics, cloud computing and visualization capabilities that Sotera picked up in with its acquisition of Potomac Fusion at the end of 2011, a company spokeswoman said.

Much of the work on the contract will go through the CECOM software engineering center at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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