Orbcomm wins Army contract worth up to $45.6M

Orbcomm Inc., a Rochelle Park-based Internet of Things company, has won a contract with the Army worth up to $45.6 million to provide cellular, satellite and other devices to support logistics tracking and other government processes, it announced Friday.

Orbcomm, which makes a variety of monitoring and supply chain solutions, won the single-award, indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contract, which runs through Dec. 9, 2024.

“We are excited to be selected by the U.S. Army to provide these critical products and services to support their logistics and asset management efforts for government users,” Greg Flessate, Orbcomm’s senior vice president and general manager of government, AIS and business operations, said in a prepared statement. “We look forward to fulfilling the requirements of the Next Generation Tag program contract over the next four years, and providing advanced IoT technology to the U.S. government.”

Through the Next Generation Tag program, Orbcomm will work with the Product Lead Automated Movement and Identification Solutions unit to help develop tags affixed to various assets to transmit various data.