HERNDON, VA, February 2018 – The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has awarded Artel, LLC, a five-year task order to procure and manage 288 megahertz (MHz) of Ku-Band Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) capacity for network architecture requirements within the Southwest Asia (SWA) Area of Responsibility (AOR). The task order also allows for the ability to surge capacity in order to meet emergent and contingency mission requirements at any location under this task order’s scope. This task order was issued under the joint DISA/United States General Services Administration (GSA) Future Commercial SATCOM Acquisition (FCSA) Program. This recent win increases Artel’s total lifecycle portfolio of COMSATCOM business to just under $500M, with $150M in wins over the past six months, further positioning Artel as the industry leader in providing COMSATCOM services to the United States Government

About Artel
For 30 years, Artel, LLC (Artel) has provided secure network communication services to Federal Government agencies. Based in the U.S. and backed by leading global private investment firms TPG and Torch Hill, Artel is a carrier-agnostic network integrator – allowing us to develop customized solutions for our customers. An International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 certified network systems integrator, Artel provides cost-effective, on-time delivery of global terrestrial and satellite network communication services, cyber security, risk management, and Information Technology (IT) solutions. For more information about Artel, visit www.artelllc.com.

Susan Powell

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