SANTA ANA, California – November 14, 2013 - Secure Communication Systems Inc. (Secure), announced today that it was awarded a $17,434,072 firm-fixed-price contract from the Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) for the Integrated Soldier Power and Data Distribution System (ISDPS) Basic and Expansion Hubs as well as for the Defense Advanced Global Positioning System (DAGR) adapters. The ISPDS hubs and DAGR adapter are part of a modular power distribution system designed to provide power from a central power source to multiple worn peripherals and to collect and display data from multiple worn devices onto the Net Warrior end-user device.
“We are proud to support the Army in solving operational energy challenges and its goal for a more capable, flexible and resilient fighting force,” said Robert Korb, Secure’s President. “Secure continues to innovate in soldier-worn computing applications and we see the ISPDS hardware as a vital piece in ensuring our soldiers have the right equipment to accomplish the mission.”
Traditionally a tactical computer supplier, Secure has delivered thousands of situational awareness tablet PCs into the Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier PM Air Warrior program and is part of the team developing the next generation Air Soldier System computing platform. This is Secure’s first award in support of PEO Soldier PM Ground Soldier.
Proposals for the ISPDS were solicited online with a total of eight bids received. Congressional announcement of the award was made on October 31, 2013.
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