Gnostech, LLC was awarded a new contract with the Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Strike Planning and Execution Systems program office (PMA-281) to provide hardware and software development and sustainment. This Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) has a cumulative ceiling of $497,500,000 over a 5-year period.
Under this new contract, Gnostech will provide development, integration, test and evaluation, deployment and delivery, modifications, operations, and sustainment of hardware and software provides to support PMA-281’s domestic and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) portfolio. This includes capabilities and components for Naval Mission Planning Systems (NavMPS), International Program and FMS, Common Control Systems (CCS), Theater Mission Planning Center (TMPC), Washington Planning Center (WPC), and Airwing Ship Integration (AWSI). Other efforts will include design, support, and upgrade of PMA-281-provided products and hardware and software solutions for fielded systems in addition to studies, analyses, and prototyping efforts.
“We are excited to continue our unwavering support of PMA-281 and delivering rapid, innovative software and hardware solutions for the warfighter,” said James Espino, President of Gnostech.
Gnostech has provided engineering and lifecycle support for PMA-281 and its product lines since 1998. Gnostech engineers are embedded in all facets of the mission planning system product lifecycle, ranging from systems installation and integration, to hardware/software engineering, to cybersecurity, and customer support. Gnostech is also the primary developer of the Automated Update Distribution Tool (AUDT).