The firm will see a piece of a project budgeted for $19.3 billion.Red Bank-based Sensor Technologies and its subcontractors have landed a deal with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronic Life Cycle Management Command (CELCMC). It was one of seven contracts to be awarded through the Army”s Strategic Services Sourcing program, a five-year project with a $19.3 billion budget and additional five-year option.
The program provides engineering, logistics and business services support to the CELCMC and Command Control Communication and Computer Information Surveillance and Reconnaissance community (C4ISR). Lowering systems costs and increasing battlefield capabilities for soldiers are the main objectives of the CELCMC and C4ISR.
Sensor works with both federal government and commercial clients.