SI International gets Air Force Space Command work

SI International Inc., McLean, Va., won a contract worth up to $6.6 million to support the Air Force's satellite and launch control systems, the company announced Nov. 18.

The contract was awarded by the General Services Administration's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center. It runs for a year and a half with two one-year option renewals.

Under this contract, SI International will assist the Air Force Space's Space and Missile Systems Center Satellite and Launch Control Systems program office with logistics support, engineering studies, technical evaluations and management of databases and Web-based applications.

"We look forward to the ongoing opportunities to assist the Air Force Space Command in meeting and exceeding their mission goals," said Ray Oleson, chairman and CEO of SI International.

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Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.

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