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BAE Systems Approved to Support Engineering on $16 Billion R2-3G Contract

BAE Systems was approved by the Army to support engineering and technical services as part of the $16.4 billion government-wide contract Rapid Response – 3rd Generation (R2-3G).

The firm it “is eligible to bid on a range of task orders during the 10-year life of the contract. Services offered will include systems engineering and integration, research and development, studies and analysis, test and evaluation, and logistics support.”

“The R2-3G contract is a valuable tool for agencies with urgent needs for services, ” said Chuck Thomas, vice president and general manager of systems engineering solutions at BAE Systems. “We have a strong record of performance, and we provide a diverse set of capabilities, anywhere in the product life cycle and anywhere in the world.”

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