Virginia-based Telos Corporation has signed a five-year agreement to support report and critical information management for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
Under the contract, Telos will provide its Automated Message Handling System (AMHS) to process and distribute the agency’s data.
AMHS is an organizational messaging solution used by US Department of Defense customers and international partners, including military services, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commands, intelligence communities, and other defense agencies.
The solution rapidly routes incoming messages to a designated device and automatically generates an archive of all traffic for future reference.
Furthermore, the system has functions to support the search and retrieval of archived messages while preventing unauthorized access.
AMHS offers a convenient approach to producing, consolidating, and relaying outgoing messages.
“DISA is one of our longest-standing customers and we’re pleased to continue to support their organizational communications,” Telos Chairman and CEO John Wood stated.
“Timely and secure message delivery is key to successful military operations, and we’re honored to be chosen to support this mission.”
Telos in US Air Force
In December 2020, Telos received a $32.5-million contract to deliver support services for mission defense teams of the US Air Force’s Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO).
Work for the contract focuses on DCO’s weapons systems and unique mission areas.
The support services will benefit cyber transport, client systems, plans and programs, and cyber operations of base personnel at domestic and overseas locations.
The company will continue with the contract until January 2025.