KeyLogic to manage tech demonstration program

KeyLogic Systems Inc. has won a task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide program management for the Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration program, the company announced March 11.

The award is the second task order the company has received under DISA's Global Enterprise Management Support contract. The combined value of the task orders is about $6 million, the company said.

Under the task order, KeyLogic of Morgantown, W.Va., will provide program management support services for command and control demonstrations in the program.Calibre Systems Inc. of Alexandria, Va., is a subcontractor on the task order.

KeyLogic is charged with supporting the release of the latest technologies to the U.S. military's theaters of warfare, said Carl Butler, the company's task order manager. The company will be "heavily involved" in the demonstrations to evaluate military use of the various products and systems, he said.

The purpose of the Global Enterprise Management Support contract is to give the Department of Defense, DISA and other federal agencies easy access to qualified contractors in the areas of IT program management support, verification and validation of engineering solutions and IT services.

KeyLogic is certified in the Small Business Administration's Historically Underutilized Business Zone program.

The company, which provides knowledge management, program management and e-government solutions, has about 50 employees and annual sales of $3.5 million.

(Updated March 14, 2003, 9:28 a.m.)

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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