Black Box awarded U.S. Army contract for OSP, ISP, data center infrastructure upgrade

Digital solutions provider Black Box has been awarded a five-year task order contract for the development and implementation of the US Army’s requirements for Unified Capability Sets for Outside Plant (OSP), Inside Plant (ISP) and Area Distribution Node (ADN) modernization and implementation throughout Southwest Asia (SWA).

With this award, the Army provided initial funding of $18,996,373.36. The total contract value over the five year period of performance is $166,057,336.00, said Black Box in a statement.

Under this contract, Black Box will perform upgrades of OSP, ISP, and data center infrastructure in order to bring the US Army Communications infrastructure into standard with the Defense Information Systems Network Enterprise Network (DISN-EN) Installation Campus Area Network Design & Implementation (DISN-ICAN DI) architecture, and to support the implementation of the Joint Information Environment (JIE).

The modernization required for this effort will take place in the US Army’s SWA theater sites in the CENTCOM AOR.

[Image courtesy: Black Box]

Also see:

Lumen awarded $223M DISA communications services award

Lumen was awarded a $223 million contract from the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide communications services to the U.S. Department of Defense.