Tetra Tech to Help FAA Track Hazardous Materials Under Potential $77M Contract

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Tetra Tech (Nasdaq: TTEK) a potential $77 million contract to provide technical services to the FAA’s Office of Security and Hazardous Materials Safety.

The company said Thursday it will provide specialized cybersecurity services and help manage systems the agency uses to track hazardous materials.

Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech chairman and CEO, said the contract will extend the company’s more than two-decade experience in providing support services to FAA.

The contract also covers support for emergency operations, contingency planning, intelligence activities and planning for the air transportation of hazardous materials.

FAA’s ASH office oversees security and critical infrastructure protection efforts at the agency as well as partners with other federal agencies to address national security matters that could affect aviation.

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