Leonardo DRS has been awarded a $104 million contract for the Mounted Family of Computer Systems II, the Army's next-generation mission command computing system.
The production delivery order contract was awarded by the Defense Information Systems Agency on behalf of the Army's Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical and the program manager for Mission Command, the company announced today.
The MFoCS II system "consolidates a range of programs and military computing users" and will support the continued fielding and upgrades to the service's Joint Battle Command-Platform.
Leonardo DRS is currently in the second year of a five-year contract for MFoCS II.
The company was also awarded a $206 million contract on June 25 to deliver vehicle installation kits for MFoCS II, including "cables, brackets and other associated hardware to support installation of MFoCS II ware onto ground vehicle platforms."