InDyne Wins $418M Contract to Help Manage Air Force Radar System

InDyne has won a potential eight-year, $417.8 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force operate and maintain the service branch’s Solid State Phased Array Radar System.

The company will provide administrative, financial, non-personal services and managerial resources to facilitate continuous operations across SSPARS installations and sites, the Defense Department said Monday.

The 21st Contracting Squadron at Peterson Air Force Base received six offers for the firm-fixed-price contract via a competitive acquisition process and obligated $34.6 million at the time of award from the service branch’s fiscal 2018 operations and maintenance funds.

SSPARS is built to support space surveillance operations and provide warnings of ballistic missile launches over the northern hemisphere.

The SSPARS program’s radar sites are Beale Air Force Base in California; Cape Cod AF Station in Massachusetts; Clear AFS in Alaska; Royal AF Fylingdales in the U.K; and Thule Air Base in Greenland.

InDyne is scheduled to finish contract work by April 30, 2026.

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