The company said Monday it will help the Army mature the command post computing environment, which provides a unified situational awareness picture for warfighters.
The Army uses CPCE to accelerate operational changes and decision-making as demanded by the battlefield’s situation.
Parsons will also design, develop, integrate and test software and training assets under the award, which holds a one-year base period and three option years.
“Our team will provide full lifecycle software engineering that will assist the U.S. Army in developing a common operating environment,” said Robert Lawrence, vice president of Parsons’ mission command and simulation division.
The task order was awarded under the Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services contract.