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Logistics Systems Incorporated (LSI) Awarded Contract by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Program Executive Officer Communications (PEO-COMMS)

September, 23, 2015 – Logistics Systems Incorporated (LSI) announced that it has been awarded a prime contract to support the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide logistics and life cycle management support for the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)-184 program.  Under this contract, LSI will assist in integrating the acquisition and sustainment activities into a coordinated process to ensure PDA-184 materiel readiness for the Warfighter.  Specific support areas include systems engineering, logistics, and training services

Lawrence Wilkerson, LSI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “This is a great win for us on an incredibly important initiative. It is truly gratifying for LSI to be selected again by DISA, this time to make such a significant contribution to the DISA PDA 184 program. LSI views this award as an opportunity to use our valuable experience in logistics, engineering and training development to provide high-level sustainment support to DISA.”

About LSI

Founded in 2002, LSI is a rapidly-growing VA-certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) concern. LSI provides Integrated Logistics Management and Life Cycle Support, Information Technology (IT) services support, and Science, Engineering, and Technical Services as core competencies to both government and commercial concerns.

More information on Logistics Systems Incorporated can be found at www.logistics-sys.com.

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Henry Jennings
Senior Vice President, Business Development
(202) 347-0821
henry.jennings@logistics-sys.com

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