PSI wins $83M Air Force special operations contract

Planned Systems International has won an $83 million Air Force contract to support specialized command and control mission systems.

The company’s customer is the Air Force Special Operations Forces. PSI will provide operation, maintenance and development of the systems under a task order awarded through Alliant 2. 

PSI will support current missions and develop future warfighting capabilities for special operations. The company is leveraging its DevOps capabilities and mission and platform knowledge to improve Air Force special operations activities, the company said.

“PSI is committed to delivering advanced technology, Agile methodologies and leading edge solutions that will accomplish our client’s global mission and support critical national security objectives,” said PSI CEO Terry Lin.

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