Army Picks 5 for $220M Launch, Test Support Contract

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The U.S. Army has awarded five companies positions on a potential three-year, $220 million contract to help augment launches and carry out tests.

Ten bids were received by the Army Space and Missile Defense Command in Huntsville, Ala. via the Internet for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, the Defense Department said Friday.

Work is scheduled to occur through Nov. 14, 2016 and the command will determine work location and funding by each individual order.

Awardees include:

  • BAE Systems
  • Dynetics
  • Exelis (NYSE: XLS)
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI)
  • Teledyne Brown Engineering

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