Rockwell Collins has been awarded a $37.4bn multiple-award contract by the US Army for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) services.
Under the five-year contract, the company will provide its ARINC knowledge-based support services for the C4ISR Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) contract award.
The company will also provide aviation-based command and control (C2) products, global networks and engineering services to US government agencies and organisations, as well as maintenance and engineering.
Rockwell Collins Information Management Services vice-president David Poltorak said: “As military environments become more challenging and complex, government agencies and military groups need management systems that can help process data and securely share it with all the entities that need it.
“We’re bringing our leadership in military flight deck design, integrated global communication services, and expertise in rotor and fixed wing engineering solutions to meet the US government’s C4ISR needs.”
The contract comes with a five-year renewable option.
Rockwell Collins is one of more than 50 contractors that will provide knowledge-based professional services for programmes.
Among the awardees are BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services, MicroTech, BANC3, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI Federal, CSRA, General Dynamics Global Force, ManTech Advanced Systems International and SRI International.
Image: Rockwell Collins has been contracted to provide command, control, communications, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) services. Photo: courtesy of Rockwell Collins.