Decisive Analytics wins US Army order for software prototyping and experimentation support


Decisive Analytics has received a task order to provide software prototyping and experimentation support for the US Army.

The $41.5m task order contract was awarded under Design, Development, Demonstration and Integration (D3I) Domain 2 from the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command / Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT).

The software prototyping and experimentation support (SPES-1) contract has a total performance period of 4.5 years including options.

Decisive Analytics D3I programme manager and vice-president Jess Granone said: "We are pleased to be continuing our work with SMDC under this new D3I D2 task order.

"We look forward to solving the customer's capability gaps by bringing innovative products into new mission areas to enable the warfighter to move closer to their mission command goals."

"We look forward to solving the customer's capability gaps by bringing innovative products into new mission areas to enable the warfighter to move closer to their mission command goals."

Under the contract, Decisive Analytics will help the USASMDC / ARSTRAT, Future Warfare Center (FWC), TRADOC Capabilities Manager, Global Ballistic Missile Defense, Prototyping and Experimentation (TCM GBMD P&E) Branch in providing quick solutions to many of the army's capabilities gaps in the form of software applications.

The company is tasked with maintaining, sustaining, and supporting all of P&E Branch's currently established software products for their respective customers. 

DAC will also investigate, develop, and transition mission command prototype technology solutions, conduct mission command demonstrations as a risk mitigation strategy, and provide support for the integration of new capabilities into new and existing programmes.

The company’s client base includes the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and a wide range of other government agencies.