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Alion Wins $43M Navy Operational Test Services IDIQ Spot; Greg Bryant Comments

Alion ScienceAlion Science and Technology Inc. has won a position on a $43 million contract to provide test and evaluation services for a U.S. Navy program to assess various systems.

The company will help the Navy review acquisition system documents and build integrated assessment frameworks, , Alion said Wednesday.

Alion will also help compile plans and reports under the commander operational test and evaluation force program.

Greg Bryant, senior vice president and manager of Alion’s integration services group, said the company will aim to help the Navy complete its evaluation documents through advice and test services.

Alion will perform work until June 2016 under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

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