SRA International (NYSE: SRX) won the Special Operations Research, Development and Acquisition Center  Science and Technology task order under the Global Battlestaff and Program Support vehicle from the Department of Defense’s Special Operations Command.

The deal carries a five-year term and a value of $14.4 million.

“USSOCOM’s Science and Technology office assesses, develops and manages technologies that address the long-term needs of Special Operations forces, ” said SRA National Security Sector Senior Vice President Jeffrey Rydant. “SRA will provide an innovative approach to science and technology initiatives, ensuring that USSOCOM stays on the cutting edge of emerging technologies that will better support the SOF warrior in the future.”

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