Up to $43.1M to Rome Research to Support US Army GIG Facilities

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Rome Research Corp., a Rome, NY-based subsidiary of PAR Technology Corp., received a 5-year contract worth up to $43.1 million to provide operator level personnel to the 21st Signal Brigade for its work operating and maintaining US Army Global Information Grid (GIG) facilities within the continental United States. The US Department of Defense’s GIG represents a globally interconnected, end-to-end set of information capabilities and processes for collecting, processing, and managing information for US troops, policymakers, and support personnel. Each US military service operates a segment of the GIG… GIG concept(click to view larger) The Army GIG facilities covered by the contract include Camp Roberts, CA; Fort Belvoir, VA; Fort Bragg, NC; Fort Detrick, MD; Fort Meade, MD; and 2 remote sites with Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) and Wideband Global Satellite X-band terminals, associated baseband equipment, and technical control facilities. Rome Research will support the 21st Signal Brigade at its GIG facilities for Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) core reachback communications services, including: * Defense Switch Network (DSN) (black telephone), * Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN) (classified phone services), * NIPRnet and SIPRnet unclassified and classified computer services, * intelligence circuits, and * video services. The GIG facilities include all […]

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