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TMCNet:  TeleCommunication Systems one of 20 selected for $10 billion advanced communication systems and services contract

[November 06, 2012]

TeleCommunication Systems one of 20 selected for $10 billion advanced communication systems and services contract

Nov 06, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSYS) said it has been selected as one of 20 awardees under the Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems and Services (GTACS) contract. The multiple-awardee, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity vehicle has an estimated ceiling of $10 billion over five years.

This contract enables DoD agencies to purchase TCS' turnkey family of deployable satellite systems and associated support services for the Warfighter Tactical Communications Systems and Services (WTCSS) through the Department of the Army, Assistant secretary for acquisition, Logistics, and Technology, Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T's), Special Projects Office, Northeast Regional Response Center .

TeleCommunication Systems is in highly reliable and secure mobile communication technology. TCS infrastructure forms the foundation for market leading solutions in E9-1-1, text messaging, commercial location and deployable wireless communications. To learn more about emerging and innovative wireless technologies, visit www.telecomsys.com.

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