TrustComm unveils new ownership, contract with U.S Army PEO C3T

TrustComm, a leading small-business secure Comsatcom solutions provider to the the U.S Department of Defense, reported that the company has completed its reorganization after Global Secure Networks (GSN) acquired the company

Led by Bob Roe, the GSN investor group’s equity infusion will allow TrustComm to expand its operations. Bob Roe served as the CEO of TrustComm since March 2012 and has more than 35 years experience in government and commercial satcom, which includes 22 years of work in the U.S. Navy as a communications and intelligence officer.

TrustComm added that it will serve as a subcontractor to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) for the fulfillment of Global Tactical Advanced Communications Systems and Services (GTACS) IDIQ multiple-award contract from the U.S Army Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T). This allows SAIC to compete for task orders under the five-year contract, which is valued at $10 billion.

“Finalizing our new ownership is the latest major step in the transformation of TrustComm into the foremost, dedicated provider of secure government COMSATCOM solutions,” Bob Roe said in a statement. “Going forward, we expect to continue our expansion to maintain our strict adherence to the DoD’s demanding information-assurance and operational-security requirements. Working with SAIC to help meet the U.S. Army’s secure COMSATCOM needs under the GTACS contract provides us with a key opportunity to deliver world-class support to PEO C3T.”

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