Vienna, VA — NT Concepts, a leading data and technology innovator for National Security, announced today that it has been selected to provide data analytics and software services in support of the U.S. Space Force’s (USSF) Space Systems Command (SSC) Space Command and Control (C2) program. With the award comes the opportunity to compete for $900 million worth of task orders over the next five years under the indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.

The SSC is responsible for identifying, prototyping, and delivering resilient joint warfighting capabilities that safeguard strategic advantage in and from space. The SSC’s Space C2 program integrates and analyzes space domain awareness data from multiple sources for more precise and rapid monitoring of outer space, enabling timely, data-driven battlespace decisions across functional communities.

“As experts in enterprise data services, NT Concepts has successfully delivered cloud-based and ML-enabled data management solutions to Space Force data producers and consumers such as the National Geospatial Agency and the Strategic Capabilities Office,” said Dan Maguire, CEO of NT Concepts. “We’re excited to partner with the SSC and bring the same caliber of services to help their decision-makers analyze the space domain and drive the modernization of space tracking and domain awareness.”

The SSC has been transitioning existing data stovepipes into its Warp Core data-as-a-service (DaaS) tech stack. NT Concepts, together with its commercial partner, MarkLogic, and small business partners IT AvailabilityKey Cyber Solutions (KCS), and Red Canyon, will provide the critical capabilities and unified data hub solution needed to aggregate the vast amounts of data from disparate sources and systems into the DaaS platform and facilitate interconnectivity for users operating on multiple security levels across multiple networks.

This award acknowledges NT Concepts’ commitment to delivering innovative, agile technology solutions and exceptional service to the USSF in support of the warfighter and the space command mission.