Ensco to Continue Applied R&D, Engineering Support for AFTAC Under $74M Award

Ensco will continue to provide applied research and development as well as engineering services to a U.S. Air Force unit that performs nuclear treaty compliance monitoring and nuclear event detection under a potential eight-year, $74 million contract.

The company said Tuesday it received the Modeling, Software and Engineering Support contract from the Air Force Technical Applications Center at Patrick Air Force Base.

Contract work covers the areas of atmospheric and computational chemistry, advanced modeling and simulation, chemical and software engineering, meteorology, hydrology, soil science, seismology, statistical analysis, data analytics and high-performance computing.

Ensco President Boris Nejikovsky noted the company’s national security solutions division under Vice President Vernon Joyner will continue to support the AFTAC mission through the new award.

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