US Air Force contract
Coras Secures Spot on $900M Air Force Multidomain Systems Contract
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded Coras a spot on a five-year, $900 million Architecture and Integration Directorate indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for multidomain systems capabilities, studies of new technologies, demonstration and rapid deployment services.
Dan Naselius, Coras president and chief technology officer, said that efforts will support warfighter needs for raw data simulation, training and Agile development, among others.
The company offers a commercial off-the-shelf enterprise decision management software-as-a-service platform with a high designation from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. It runs on the non-secure and secure internet protocol router networks and is purchasable through contract vehicles and resellers such as Carahsoft Technology, Coras said Friday.
Coras has secured several business deals with military components in recent months. In December 2022, it announced a partnership with the U.S. Naval Air Traffic Management Systems Program Office in Patuxent River, Maryland, to use the SaaS platform to provide data source aggregation support aimed at enhancing decision-making.
Another Navy division, the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, awarded the company a contract for improvements to project visibility and transparency. According to Naselius, Coras will support strategic program alignment and facilitate informed analyses around near-peer competition and defense innovation.
Earlier, the company was selected as a vendor under the $241 million basic ordering agreement for the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center‘s Data Readiness for Artificial Intelligence Development program.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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