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TeleCommunication Systems Receives $7.7M For USMC Field Support

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TeleCommunication Systems,  a company that provides mobile communication technology, has been awarded $7.7 million in additional funding to provide the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) with field support services for its communications infrastructure. The U.S. Army Project Manager for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (PM WIN-T) Commercial Satellite Terminal Program (CSTP) is managing these procurements through the Army’s $5 billion World-Wide Satellite Systems (WWSS) contract vehicle.

As part of the TCS TotalCom portfolio, Integrated Global Support (IGS) field service personnel provide technical assistance for communications from core technical control facilities and data/security centers to the network edge at remote operations. IGS provides Integrated Logistics Support, Product Lifecycle Management, TotalCom field support and training for a broad range of government customers.

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