TCS tapped for secure workstations

Trusted Computer Solutions Inc. won a three-year, $21.7 million contract from the Air Force Research Lab for its SecureOffice Trusted Workstation technology, the company said today.

The workstation technology is the primary component of the Defense Department's Intelligence Information System Trusted Workstation. The program sets the standards for interoperability of intelligence systems and applications, and allows intelligence analysts to securely view and share data across multiple classified networks from a single desktop computer.

"This system addresses the country's need to better our warfighting ability through enhanced data-sharing among agencies," said Edward Hammersla, chief operating officer of TCS.

Based in Herndon, Va., TCS is a privately held company that offers secure information sharing technologies to the Defense Department, intelligence community and commercial sector. It employs more than 60 people. The company does not publicly disclose its annual revenue.

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