VPI Wins $165M Contract to Develop Radiological Detection Tech for Army

The U.S. Army has awarded VPI Technology Group a potential $165.2 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to help the military branch develop a radiological detection system.

Nine bids were submitted to the Army Contracting Command for the contract through an online solicitation,  the Defense Department said Monday.

VPI will perform work through March 11, 2027 and the service branch will determine work locations and funds upon issuance of each order.

Draper, Utah-based VPI designs, engineers and manufactures hardware and software platforms as well as offers professional services to support customers throughout the product life cycle.

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