Zero Point has secured a potential six-year, $49 million contract to support theÂ U.S. Special Operations Command‘s training programs related toÂ explosive ordnance disposal, radio-controlled improvised explosive devices and electronic countermeasures.
The company will also help USSOCOM analyze and engineer counterproliferation systems as well asÂ perform telecommunications analysis and strategic project and technical support under the contract, the Defense Department said Monday.
Work will primarily occurÂ at theÂ Aberdeen Training Facility in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and is scheduled to finish by June 27, 2022.
SOCOM is obligating $2.7 million at the time of award from its fiscal 2016 operations and maintenance funds, DoD noted.
Virginia Beach, Virginia-based Zero Point is aÂ service-disabledÂ veteran-owned small business that offers EOD tools, Â IED training equipment and tactical kitsÂ intended to help government and military organizationsÂ to identify, disable and dispose of national security threats.