Systematic Leads as Prime on Army's Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE)

Breaking Defense reports that the US Army lists the Command Post Computing Environment as amongst the most important programs in its modernization plan.

Press release What the media saidFriday, February 1, 2019

In the July-September timeframe (4Q19), the first operational units will get the new Command Post Computing Environment. CPCE is a package of hardware and software to improve command and control, not only to make command posts more capable but to shrink the stacks of servers, tangles of wiring, and rows of diesel generators that have grown into a real hindrance to maneuver. Systematic is the software prime contractor.

The Breaking Defense article quotes Bruce Jette, United States Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology, as recognizing the Systematic-developed Command Post Computing Environment as one of the key elements in the service’s effort to modernize its network and command-and-control capabilities.

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