Textron secures 5-year Army contract

TEXTRON SYSTEMS will provide the U.S. Army with communications, computers and intelligence services under a recently awarded Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services contract.
TEXTRON SYSTEMS will provide the U.S. Army with communications, computers and intelligence services under a recently awarded Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services contract.

PROVIDENCE – Textron Systems, a subsidiary of Textron Inc., announced last week that it has been named as a prime contractor on the U.S. Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services five-year contract.

Through the RS3 contract, which expires May 14, 2022, Textron Systems Advanced Information Solutions department will provide command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance services to the U.S. Army, and potentially other governmental agencies.

“Textron System is proud to be selected as a prime contractor for the RS3 IDIQ,” said Daryl Madden, senior vice president of Textron Systems and general manager of the Advanced Information Solutions unit. “The RS3 contract vehicle provides Textron Systems the opportunity to increase its support of the U.S. Army and other federal agencies.”

Textron Systems has provided support to the federal government previously as both a prime contractor and subcontractor, the company said. The latest award offers opportunities in engineering, research, development, test and evaluation, along with logistics, acquisition and strategic planning, education and training services.

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The contract is based out of Aberdeen Proving Ground, located in Aberdeen, MD.

Textron Systems is the aerospace and defense service and support arm of Textron Inc., a global company in the aircraft, defense, industrial and finance businesses headquartered in Providence.

Kaylen Auer is a PBN contributing writer.

 

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