KeyW Lands $100M Government Software Development Contract; John Sutton Quoted

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KeyW (Nasdaq: KEYW) has secured a potential five-year contract with a $100M initial value to help an unnamed government customer develop software platforms.

The company said Tuesday it will build tools for integration into classified systems that support the client’s national security missions.

“This project is a great example of a solid government-industry partnership and the commitment of an integrated team to deliver enhanced mission-critical capabilities on schedule,” said KeyW chief operating officer John Sutton.

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