Army contracts go to two Huntsville companies

Systems Studies & Simulation and Integrated Solutions for Systems each were awarded contracts for services

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jacob Hilgendorf.

Systems Studies & Simulation Inc. was awarded an $81,465,200 contract from the U.S. Army for technical engineering support.

S3 is a woman-owned engineering, simulation and training company founded and led by Jan Smith. The company has three subsidiaries: Kachemak Bay Flying Services, which provides FAA certified products and services to general and contractor-owned or contractor-operated government contractors including aviation maintenance, pilot training and on-demand transport; S3 International Inc., which is the company’s agent for delivering aviation training, logistics, maintenance, simulation and C4ISR operations to partner nations; and Global Logistics Support Services, which is focused on logistics on USG maintenance, supply and transportation requirements.

The Army contract is expected to be complete by March 15, 2028.

Integrated Solutions for Systems Inc. was awarded an $9,489,613 contract for basic and applied scientific research for development and demonstration of plug-and-play open architectures for positioning, navigation and timing.

Founded in 2008, IS4S is a small business providing engineering and management solutions to government, military and commercial customers. It specializes in missile system engineering, energetic research and development, vehicle electronics, additive manufacturing and other innovative technologies. Besides its Huntsville headquarters, it has offices in Auburn and Opelika, Alabama; Niceville and Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Atlanta and Warner Robins, Georgia; Dayton, Ohio; Slidell, Louisiana; and Aberdeen, Maryland. 

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The Army contract is expected to be complete by March 7, 2026.

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