Planned Systems International keeps Air Force special operations support contract Images

PSI has helped the Air Force run command-and-control systems since 2018.

Planned Systems International will continue its command-and-control work with the Air Force's Special Operations Command under a new $91.7 million contract.

The company supports operations, maintenance and development of command-and-control mission systems used at deployed locations around the world. The company has been providing these services since 2018.

PSI’s services include content management for field units, cloud migration and cloud support. The company has teamed with several small businesses that will provide IT and cybersecurity services, a company spokeswoman said.

The contract is a task order under the Alliant 2 vehicle and was awarded in June.

“Under this important recompete win, we commit to continuing our strong partnership with AFSOC by delivering innovative technology and actionable intelligence that will set the bar for advancing their global mission,” said Kim Stephens, national security sector president at PSI.