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$10.5M to EWA from SOCOM PEO-IIS

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EWA Government Systems, Inc. in Herndon, Va. received a 2-year, Indefinite-Delivery/ Indefinite-Quantity contract with a ceiling of $10.5 million from the Program Management Reconnaissance and Surveillance Office of U.S. Special Operations Command’s Intelligence and Information Systems Program Executive Office (US SOCOM PEO-IIS). They will be developing prototype systems/technologies in support of the Special Reconnaissance Capabilities, Tagging Tracking and Locating, Microelectronics and Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC silicon chips) Development Programs in accordance with USSOCOM requirements. Work will be performed in Herndon, Va.; Montpelier, Vt.; and Fairmont, W.Va. The 2-year ordering period will be completed in September 2009. The contract number is H92222-07-D-0030. Special Operation Technology’s “USSOCOM Program Office Review” has this to says about PEO-IIS: “The PM-I programs span various levels of field employment. Garrison programs provide open source and classified data mining and fusion, weapons of mass destruction counter proliferation analyses and location-specific operational planning data capabilities. The forward operating base programs provide tactical data receivers for near real time situational awareness and threat detection. The tactical programs provide man-packable threat warning, force protection, and situational awareness tools for SOF. Airborne and maritime variants for information collection/dissemination and threat warning are also being developed.”

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