This award is another key milestone in the growth of our space efforts at ISS. We continue to expand our contributions to ensuring that the country has the ability to operate key space assets, while defending against potential threats and hostile actions against them.
Colorado Springs, CO (Vocus) August 27, 2009
The Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate has chosen Intelligent Software Solutions as a prime contractor on their Autonomous Space and Ground Systems for Space Superiority program. ISS has been awarded a four year, $8 million contract to explore novel approaches to supporting the evolving needs of the United States space operations community.
ISS will leverage the existing JFCC SPACE Integrated Prototype or JSIP to provide net-centric solutions for improved space situational awareness for the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC). These enhancements will improve the timeliness in the flow of information critical to the defense of U.S. space assets.
Dr. David Rodvold, ISS lead for space programs offered, "This award is another key milestone in the growth of our space efforts at ISS. We continue to expand our contributions to ensuring that the country has the ability to operate key space assets, while defending against potential threats and hostile actions against them."
About Intelligent Software Solutions: ISS, one of the country's fastest growing software companies, has offices in Colorado Springs, CO, Washington DC, Rome NY, and Hampton, VA. ISS provides data analysis solutions to the Department of Defense and National Intelligence Organizations and has specific strengths in providing solutions in Command & Control, Special Operations, Intelligence, Counter-Drug, Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security/Defense. ISS has a diverse set of customers which include: Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Electronic Systems Center (ESC), Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), National Intelligence Community Agencies, CENTCOM, SOCOM, NORTHCOM, SOUTHCOM, STRATCOM, US Coast Guard and many others.
For more information on ISS and WebTAS, visit http://www.issinc.com.