CACI, Ball Aerospace Win $49M Air Force Spectrum Warfare R&D IDIQ

electronicsCACI International (NYSE: CACI) and Ball Aerospace and Technologies (NYSE: BLL) have won contracts potentially worth $49.5 million combined to perform research and development for the U.S. Air Force’s spectrum warfare technologies.

The companies will use a multispectral synthetic battlespace simulation to combine sensor and electronic warfare systems as part of the research, the Defense Department said Thursday.

CACI and Ball Aerospace will carry out research and development at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio through Oct. 28, 2022.

The companies will provide technology demonstration and transition support under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The Air Force Research Laboratory received four bids for the contract.

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