L-3's Titan Group to manage CSSAMO at Area Anaconda in Iraq

NEW YORK, 18 April 2006. L-3 Communications' Titan Group has won a four-year contract valued at $7.2 million for the management and operation of the Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO) at Logistics Supply Area Anaconda (LSAA) in Balad, Iraq. The L-3 Titan Group will provide management and technical support for Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS), and CSSAMO automation maintenance support services and analysis of STAMIS hardware and software.

Apr 18th, 2006

NEW YORK, 18 April 2006. L-3 Communications' Titan Group has won a four-year contract valued at $7.2 million for the management and operation of the Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO) at Logistics Supply Area Anaconda (LSAA) in Balad, Iraq. The L-3 Titan Group will provide management and technical support for the maintenance of Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS), as well as CSSAMO automation maintenance support services and analysis of STAMIS hardware and software.

The company will troubleshoot and repair, install and configure operating system and STAMIS software, apply software updates, and provide desk-side training for users of the systems.

"We have focused on providing the critical functional and technical support to keep STAMIS and its peripherals fully mission capable throughout Europe and the Middle East," says Tony Fredrickson, president and chief operating officer of the L-3 Titan Group.

More in Home