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Software firm Bluestaq wins $280m contract from U.S. Space Force

Paris, 25 March 2021. – The technology and software firm Bluestaq won a two-year, $280 million contract extension from the U.S. Space Force, the Colorado Springs-based company said.

The General Services Administration (GSA) extended Bluestaq’s contract for Advanced Command and Control Enterprise System and Software (ACCESS), the firm said. The contract allows Bluestaq to continue the development and data integration of the Unified Data Library (UDL) for the U.S. Space Force and its Space and Missile Systems Center Data Program Management Office.

The Unified Data Library consumes, processes, and distributes millions of unique data products daily, originating from dozens of commercial, academic, and government organizations worldwide to a diverse user base spanning 25 countries and over 3,500 individual users, Bluestaq said.

Bluestaq provides the U.S. Department of Defense and “the nation’s intelligence community” with software systems.

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