Tapestry Solutions receives U.S. Navy tactical contract

Tapestry Solutions, a non-fully integrated subsidiary of the Boeing Company, recently earned a contract with the United States Navy.


Boeing Subsidiary Tapestry Solutions receives US Navy TacMobile contract   Courtesy of famouslogos.us

Tapestry Solutions, a non-fully integrated subsidiary of the Boeing Company, recently earned a contract with the United States Navy.

The contract obligates Tapestry Solutions to provide the U.S. Navy with technical services and support for its Tactical Mobile (TacMobile) program. This program, also known as C4I, offers mobile as well as fixed-site command, communications, control, intelligence capability and computers.

The contract includes the design, creation, fielding, production, training, disposal and post-fielding maintenance of equipment that is no longer used. The original amount of funds amounts to $8.4 million, and there are included options that could potentially raise the total to $76.2 million. These funds will be spread out over the next five years.

“This contract enables us to continue working with the U.S. Navy to effectively operate and support both current and future TacMobile solutions,” Geoff Evans, general manager of Logistics Information Management Systems, said. “Our solution will permit naval commanders to direct and control sophisticated air missions, including sensitive data sharing between coalition forces.”

Tapestry Solutions branches in Patuxent River, Maryland, Charleston, South Carolina, and Jacksonville, Florida, will fulfill the work within the contract. The company’s specialized knowledge, expertise and technical capabilities enable customers to obtain maximum efficiency no matter their logistics and operations business functions.

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