GTACS

AcronymDefinition
GTACSGround Theater Air Control System
GTACSGround Tactical Air Control System
GTACSGOES (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite) Telemetry and Command System (aeronautics)
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We support the communications and information systems requirements of US Government customers around the world, and we are proud to expand our offering through the new GTACS contract," said Otto Hoernig, III, Trace's CEO.
Simultaneous with the announcement of the GTACS awards, Trace announced the hiring of Mr.
His background and experience are highly relevant to the GTACS contract, which made him the ideal candidate to lead the Trace Team in providing innovative C4ISR solutions to support the Warfighter.
The GTACS contract affords CACI the opportunity to design, produce, and integrate a broad range of mobile and fixed-site communications systems, networks, and ancillary equipment, and provide training and sustainment services, required to accommodate both the Department of Defense (DoD) and civilian agency missions.
Earlier in November 2012 , the company received a GTACS contract for the unrestricted suite of contracts.
This contract was issued under the Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems and Services (GTACS) contract vehicle, under which TCS is a prime GTACS contract awardee.
Reportedly, this is the first GTACS task order awarded directly to TCS.
Diversified aerospace, defence and information solutions company ITT Exelis (NYSE:XLS) said on Thursday that it has been selected as an awardee on the GTACS (Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems and Services) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a potential ceiling of USD10bn.
TCS is a prime GTACS contract awardee; GTACS has an estimated ceiling of $10 billion over five years, starting in November 2012.
Under this GTACS contract, the Harris team will pursue opportunities to supply the Department of Defence, as well as US government agencies with advanced communications solutions that range from wireless networking to tactical satellite communications and handheld JTRS-compliant radios.