Newport News, VA – February 22, 2011 Spectrum, a veteran-owned business headquartered in Newport News, VA, was notified by the USAF that it had been awarded three multi-year, multi-million dollar contracts totaling approximately $12M. The contracts leverage Spectrum’s core capabilities and performance to deliver highly technical solutions to develop and deploy a cross-domain, globally-connected, agile intelligence information enterprise. One contract at Whiteman AFB, MO provides mission critical flight planning and support; USAF catalyst in developing the future of global reach through the advancement of technology. The second contract expands Spectrum‘s Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Enterprise Design & Development Engineering (EDDE) contract that focuses on requirements and analysis for experimentation and coalition transition events held for War fighter development and modernization programs. The third contract supports managing all aspects of command and control (C2) interoperability for the Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems (JINTACCS) for the Air Force Command and Control Integration and Standards Division (AF2IC/RII).
Jeff Wassmer, President and CEO of Spectrum stated, “These awards validate Spectrum’s relevance in the defense C4ISR industry and creates high value employment opportunities throughout the United States. Spectrum will always remain passionate about enabling the men and women who fight day after day to secure the freedoms we hold dear. Our pledge is commitment, vision and value to our customer.”
Spectrum is a veteran-owned small business that serves the Department of Defense and federal agencies. The company specializes in providing the National and DoD intelligence community with innovative, realistic and affordable solutions in technology. Spectrum also provides full system support from assessment to certification and takes great pride in exceeding client expectations.