iGov receives CDN Small Form-Factor contract
iGov Technologies has received a contract from the US Marine Corps for the Combat Data Network (CDN) Data Distribution System-Modular (DDS-M) Small Form-Factor, the company announced on 28 January.
The contract value is $174 million if all options are exercised. Under the five-year contract, the company will replace the legacy CDN DDS-M with a small form-factor solution that will increase tactical networking performance.
Mike Tyrrell, president, iGov, said: 'As part of our core company mission, we continually strive to deliver critical mission-centric tactical IT solutions that reduce total cost of ownership. The CDN Small Form Factor award allows us to continue to support the marine corps into the next decade.'
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