The US Army has awarded the C5ISR Worldwide-Defense-System Integration, Prototyping, and Security (C-WIPS) task order to MAG Aerospace (MAG).

Under this new task order, which has a one-year base- period plus three option years and a total value of $243M, MAG continues its support to the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM), C5ISR Center, Engineering and Systems Integration (ESI) Directorate.  MAG will provide Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) Services including Systems Engineering, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Design, Fabrication and Assembly, Software and Network Design and Support, and Rapid Prototyping and Technology Insertion, as well as Logistics and Training Services to meet the urgent Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) solution requirements. MAG, in collaboration with the Army C5ISR Center will respond to urgent operational requirements and support the Global Security Execution (GSE) Teams, and Signals Collection and Electronic Warfare (EW) systems and programs, along with a variety of customers within the Combatant Commands and Allied partners through Foreign Military Sales/Foreign Military Funded projects.  John Spadafore, MAG C5ISR Solutions Business Unit SVP, said: “We are honored to continue to support the C5ISR Center and needs of the Army and Combatant Commands worldwide.”