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Aerospace Corp. Gets $828M US Air Force Systems Engineering, Integration Contract Modification

Air ForceThe Aerospace Corp. has received a five-year, $828, 255, 889 contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to engineer and integrate systems for the national space community.

Aerospace will work to assess technical performance, monitor the launch vehicle and satellite processing, and validate launch readiness, the Defense Department said Friday.

The contract contains a one-year base period of performance that began in fiscal year 2014 and four one-year options, according to the Air Force’s justification and approval notice.

The company intends for the contract to help the national security space community and civil agencies address space warfare requirements using acquisition product centers, research laboratories, operational units and headquarters.

Aerospace will perform work in El Segundo, California.

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