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A-T Solutions Wins $68M IDIQ to Counter Radiological and Nuclear Threats

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency has awarded counterrorism solutions firm A-T Solutions a contract to help U.S. forces and agencies prepare for, respond to and prevent WMD threats.

The prime indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery contract is worth up to $68 million over five years and focuses primarily on radiological and nuclear threats.

“A-T Solutions has a unique platform from which to provide high-quality weapons technical intelligence, ” said Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of A-T Solutions. “We have one of the largest private industry teams of explosive ordnance, weapons technical intelligence and special operations experts in the world, many of whom are former military professionals. Additionally, we train teams in forward locations and have extensive relationships throughout defense, diplomatic and intelligence communities.”

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