Bill Toti: Cubic to Continue Support for AF Research Lab Work

Bill Toti
Bill Toti

Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will provide the U.S. Air Force with research,  analysis, testing and evaluation support for survivability and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons counterproliferation missions under a five-year, $9.9 million contract.

The company said Monday its mission support services unit will perform the work for the Human-Centered Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division of the Air Force Research Laboratory.

“We are honored to be selected for this award and to provide the essential functional and technical expertise necessary to enhance combat readiness and effectiveness, ” said Bill Toti,  president of Cubic’s mission support services.

He added that the company has an ongoing business relationship with AFRL since 2006.

The new indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will focus on support for cyber, consequence management, electronic warfare and ISR technologies, Cubic said.

Cubic’s applications business will manage the program.

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