September 2018 – RPI Group is part of a team led by Tactical Edge, Inc. that was recently awarded a prime contract award with Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM). The contract award, worth up to $49 million split over 5 years, was awarded to modernize three of the systems within the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Logistics Support Systems (MLS2) software suite. This effort will focus on consolidating the three systems that make up the MLS2 software suite, into a single baseline utilizing a single Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) approach to reduce the total lifecycle sustainment costs while improving data quality and end-user capabilities.
The effort kicked off on September 5, 2018, with development, Information Assurance (IA), management, and support work being performed at multiple sites around the world. The three systems that make up the MLS2 software suite include Common Logistics Command and Control System (CLC2S), Transportation Capacity Planning Tool (TCPT), and the Storage Retrieval Automated Tracking Integrated System (STRATIS). STRATIS is also supported via a Secure Wireless (Air Fortress) infrastructure, enabling flexible warehouse management capabilities. Together, these systems provide a variety of Logistics-focused functions to the warfighter, including request management, supply and asset management, transportation planning, warehouse management, and secure wireless networking.
Leading the effort for RPI Group will be Retired Marine Master Sergeant William Rybczynski. With over 30 years of experience supporting and leading Cybersecurity efforts in the Marine Corps, Mr. Rybczynski has a wealth of knowledge to share. According to Mr. Rybczynski: “RPI Group is excited to be a part of this robust team supporting the warfighting mission. Ensuring the continued operation of this software suite allows the Marine Corps to have a robust system that provides information critical to both leadership and the individual Marine. We are proud to be a part of an incredible team focused on maintaining and maximizing the effectiveness of the MLS2 suite.”