An Allied Technology Group-led team of companies holds a position on a potential $3 billion Department of Homeland Security contract for communications systems engineering and technical support services.
The Silver Spring, Md.-based information technology provider won in the infrastructure services and operations and maintenance service areas of the Tactical Communications Equipment and Services contract.
ATG’s team of subcontractors includes:
- Alion Science and Technology
- Allstate Tower
- MIL Corp.
- Mission Critical Solutions
- Nakuuruq Solution
- Northwind Engineering
- Odyssey Systems Consulting Group
- Pacific Wireless Communications
- Parsons Corp.
- Tribalco LLC
- Weintraub Telecomm
The team is providing DHS engineering, planning, design, deployment, programming, maintenance, logistics and security support for tactical communication systems nationwide.
DHS awarded the TacCom contract to support P25 interoperable systems for command centers, towers, subscriber radio systems and vehicular radio systems used in homeland security, ATG says.
ATG’s federal clients include the National Institutes of Health and the departments of Defense, Education, Energy, Homeland Security and State.
The company also holds positions on multiple governmentwide contracts from the General Services Administration.