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Army Picks Six Firms for $504M Domain 2 Design, Integration Contract

soldier-equipment-c4isrThe U.S. Army has selected six companies to provide Domain 2 design, test and integration services in support of the Space and Missile Defense Command under a $504 million contract.

The Defense Department said Thursday the contract was awarded to Colsa, CybEx, Decisive Analytics, MEI Technologies, Sentar and Torch Technologies.

The contract runs through Feb. 17, 2025.

The Army Space and Missile Command received eight bids for the contract via an Internet solicitation.

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