Small biz wins $305.7M contract to support Army surveillance system
- By Mark Hoover
- Aug 02, 2016
Bravura Information Technology Systems has won a $305.7 million contract to support the Army’s Persistent Surveillance Systems – Tethered system.
The PSS-T provides persistent surveillance and situational awareness, allowing decision makers to react quickly to find, fix, track, target and engage direct or indirect fire threats, according to the Army’s website.
Four companies bid on the contract, according to the Defense Department.
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