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Contract Award – BAE Systems – $20 Million – Air Force

The US Air Force has awarded BAE Systems a contract to support efforts to monitory nuclear treaty compliance. The contract is worth up to $20 million if all the options are used.

BAE Systems will provide research, program management and engineering services to the Air Force Technical Applications Center, located in Florida. The center monitors nuclear treaty compliance globally. Sam Cole, VP and general manager of aerospace solutions, said “This award demonstrates our long-running commitment to serving our Florida Space Coast customers. We’ve been supporting AFTAC for more than 15 years, and we’ll continue to make significant contributions to the Air Force’s critical role in protecting national security.”

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