ISS Awarded a $48.5 Million Increase in Value to Air Force Contract

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The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded Intelligent Software Solutions a $48.5 million dollar ceiling increase to their Secure Information Access Analysis and Dissemination contract vehicle.

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This award highlights the tremendous growth in the need for analytical tools and the subject matter expertise associated with them across the defense industry and intelligence organizations. We continue to be a major contributor in this area. We now have nearly $150 million in active task order contracts with the Air Force.

The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded Intelligent Software Solutions a $48.5 million dollar ceiling increase to their Secure Information Access Analysis and Dissemination contract vehicle. Through the SIAAD vehicle, ISS provides products and services to a wide range of government customers ranging from the Air Force, and Army, to various other DoD and government entities.

The initial award of the SIAAD vehicle 18 months ago provided for a $49 million ceiling to be executed over the five-year contract period. This award nearly doubles the initial award ceiling. According to Jay Jesse, ISS President, “This award highlights the tremendous growth in the need for analytical tools and the subject matter expertise associated with them across the defense industry and intelligence organizations. We continue to be a major contributor in this area. We now have nearly $150 million in active task order contracts with the Air Force.”

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 C2 BattleLab, 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 .

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