Power Ten, Inc., a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), has been awarded a contract to develop a Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Digital Interoperability (DI) Primer for the Weapons Requirement Branch (APW) of Headquarters Marine Corps Aviation, working through Naval Aviation PMA 209 (Air Combat Electronics). The objective of this primer is to inform decision makers and acquisition professionals on the intricacies of DI by providing an easy-to-digest reference guide to military networking to enable them to ask better questions, make better acquisition decisions and to be able to optimize operational information sharing. This is the 8th primer Power Ten has developed for the Department of Defense. Others include the MEB ACE Primer and, most recently, the MACCS in Support of Marine Operating Concepts Primer.
“I am very proud and excited for our experts to address the challenges of MAGTF Digital Interoperability for our Marine Corps customer. Our unique capabilities in technical and analytical expertise combined with our MAGTF experience will provide the best set of decision options for senior leaders,” said Matt Redfern, President and CEO of Power Ten, Inc.
Power Ten leadership is attending the Modern Day Marine Symposium from 24 – 27 September 2018, Marine Corps Base, Quantico. Come by and say hello.
About Power Ten, Inc.
Power Ten, Inc. was established in 2010 by former Marine Aviators as a platform for continued service to our country. Having served with distinction on active duty, we coalesced around the idea of bringing the best of our innovative spirit into our business careers. Power Ten now consists of a much larger team of dedicated people who embody that same innovative spirit and dedication to mission accomplishment.
Power Ten provides actionable solutions through primers, studies, and services. Our approach combines the perspectives of the customer, subject matter expert, and data analyst.
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