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iGov Technologies wins TACP-MCS communication system Block 2 delivery order


iGov Technologies, Inc., provider of C4ISR systems and support programs, announced today they received an $85.1 million DO award under the $538 million Platform Engineering and Integration for Tactical and Strategic Systems (PEITSS), multi-award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) selected iGov on a competitively solicited basis.


iGov Technologies wins TACP MCS communication system Block 2 delivery order iGov will provide US Air Force with TACP-MCS Block 2 communication systems
(Credit: iGov Technologies)


This marks iGov's second major DO award and follows the $52.5 million TACP MCS Block 1 contract awarded in January 2016.

Under the TACP-MCS Block 2 contract, iGov will modify the M1165 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) armored variant used by Air Force Tactical Air Control Party operators. To successfully execute Close Air Support (CAS) operations, iGov will integrate and deliver modernized, robust voice, data, and video communication capabilities required by Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs). Work will be performed at iGov's Tampa, Florida facility and is expected to be complete by January 2024.

"The MCS Block 2 award is a testament to our company's dedication to unparalleled client service and success achieved in delivering MCS Block 1," said iGov CEO Pat Neven. "This award confirms recognition that iGov provides the Air Force an innovative and experienced team capable of effective delivery of reliable solutions."

"With MCS Block 2, the Air Force is going to receive a mature solution built upon the capabilities we are successfully fielding for MCS Block 1," said Chuck Reiche, Senior Vice President of Business Development. "We are committed to excellence as we continue to provide Air Force TACP operators the communications systems they need to successfully execute their missions."