Vector Planning & Services, Inc. named as Subcontractor to Trabus Technologies, Inc.
SAN DIEGO, CA
Vector Planning & Services, Inc. (VPSI), a privately held company founded in 1997, is pleased to announce its association with Trabus Technologies, Inc. on TRABUS’ recently awarded prime contract: Airborne Networking and Communications MAC for SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific.
Trabus Technologies, Inc., San Diego, California, was awarded a $7,419,653 indefinite-delivery-quantity (IDIQ), cost-reimbursement contract for technical services providing airborne communications and networking, services engineering, technical and programmatic services for communication and networking systems, and associated certification and information assurance for new development, current operations and planned upgrades. This three-year contract includes two (2) one-year option periods, which if exercised, would bring the total value of this contract to an estimated $12,597,022, and is expected to be completed March 2019.
“Working with Industry partners to provide improved service solutions to SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific is a strategic VPSI goal,” said Paul Ilg, President and CEO of VPSI. “With TRABUS’s team, Airborne Networks and Communications to the warfighter will be best served.”
Since its founding, VPSI has been guided by the founding discipline of providing innovative, efficient, and cost effective solutions that are customized to the needs of its clients at competitive costs. VPSI’s best value solutions are driven by innovation, and guided by industry standard best practices for the highest quality. VPSI is an innovative company that delivers proven IT, Cyber Security, and Systems Engineering, with extensive experience across the DoD and Federal agencies. We are positioned in many strong growth sectors of DoD and the Federal markets.
TRABUS is a privately held company focused on providing its customers with the very best in diversified technologies while remaining agile, innovative, and cost effective. Its performance trademark is to leverage understanding of both operational and technology requirements, translating this understanding into technology solutions, solving problems with fewer people, in less time, and in more depth.