Odyssey to provide AF acquisition support

The Air Force has chosen Odyssey Systems Consulting Group Ltd. to provide acquisition support services under a task order that could be worth up to $65.8 million over five years.

The company and its partners will provide the services to the Air Force's Electronic Systems Centers 950th Electronic Systems Group. The 950th's role is to develop, acquire and integrate network-centric intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information and decision support systems. The systems that the 950th is responsible for integrate data at multiple security levels from the Air Force, other U.S. military branches and coalition members.

The work will take place at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts,
Lackland Air Force Base in Texas and Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, and at other locations worldwide.

Odyssey's partners on the task order include BAE Systems plc and P3I Inc. Odyssey is based in Wakefield, Mass.

The Air Force awarded the task order under its Professional Acquisition Support Services indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.

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Technology journalist Michael Hardy is a former FCW editor.

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