Parvus Corporation, a Eurotech subsidiary, announces it has signed a teaming agreement with SAIC (NYSE: SAI), to support task orders under the Global Tactical Advanced Communications Systems (GTACS) program. SAIC is one of 20 companies chosen by the U.S. Army to compete for task orders under the multiple award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) GTACS contract to supply the Army’s Program Executive Office for Command, Communications and Control-Tactical (PEO C3T) with communications devices and systems.
“We are excited by the opportunity to support SAIC to meet the Army’s needs under the GTACS contract,” said Parvus President Dusty Kramer. “Demanding mission requirements call for low-power, high-performance systems designed to withstand front line conditions; just the kind of capability we bring to the SAIC team.”
The initial task orders are expected in 2013 and will continue over a five-year period. When appropriate, SAIC will look to Parvus for products and services as part of their proposed solutions.
Eurotech (eurotech.com) is a global company with a strong international focus: born and still headquartered in Italy, it has operating locations in Europe, North America and Japan.
Our roots are in the field of embedded computers. We began by addressing the challenge of real-time control of machines: from day one we knew that the right answer delivered too late becomes the wrong answer, so we learned how to ensure accuracy and reliability together with timely delivery of information.