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Wyle Snags $318 Million JSF Deal; SAIC, GD, ITT Join as Subcontractors

Wyle claimed a five-year, $318 million contract to support engineering and integration services to the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office.

The firm will oversee a broad range of tasks, including strategic planning for technology programs and activities, concept development and requirements analysis.

“There is nothing more rewarding than being competitively selected to support the most exciting, most technologically advanced aircraft of tomorrow, ” said Donna Lowe, Wyle’s vice president for tactical programs and the task order project manager. “Ultimately, it’s ensuring that the warfighter is ready and able to complete their mission.”

The firm is set to lead a team of subcontractors, including General Dynamics, Information Technology (NYSE: GD) and SAIC (NYSE: SAI).

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