SAN DIEGO, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Office will receive technical support from Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc.
DFSI is provide expertise in areas such as operational readiness, flight hour/sortie historical data, maintenance action records and all Standard Army Management Information Systems data elements, parent company Kratos Defense and Security Solutions said.
In addition, Digital Fusion Solutions will support the Army's UAS-wide automation initiatives and system sustainment activities.
DFSI will perform its work as part of a team led by Aerodyne Inc., which was given the five-year Army contract potentially worth more than $105 million.
"The UAS PO is committed to continuous improvement of their processes and systems," said DFSI Senior Director Jeff Williams.
"DFSI has had the unique opportunity to lead or support many of these process improvement initiatives over the past six years and we are pleased that we can continue supporting the UAS PO as part of the Aerodyne team."
Aerodyne and its team members have been supporting the UAS Program Office for five years.
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