Defense Systems & Solutions Secures $2.6B Army Prototype Integration Support Contract

Defense Systems and Solutions has received a potential $2.56 billion contract to aid a rapid response and integrated hardware facility that supports the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command and the Defense Department.

The small business will provide technical support services through May 21, 2027, for the Prototype Integration Facility of the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, DoD said Tuesday.

The Army Contracting Command received two bids via a solicitation through the internet.

Work locations and funds will be determined upon each issued order.

AMRDEC PIF is a government-owned and operated facility geared to quickly provide equipment for warfighters through expedited prototype development, fabrication, integration, modification, experimentation and tests.

DSS is a joint venture of Yulista Integrated Solutions and Science and Engineering Services certified by the Small Business Administration for the 8(a) program and offers systems for rapid response hardware integration.

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