KeyW Lands Spot on $135M GSA BPA for DoD Engineering Services; Kirk Herdman Quoted

Kirk Herdman

KeyW (Nasdaq: KEYW) has secured a position on the General Services Administration‘s five-year, $135M blanket purchase agreement for professional engineering services to the Defense Department and its components.

The company said Wednesday it aims to help DoD build, evaluate and manage technologies in mission areas such as remote sensing, command, control communications and computers.

GSA awarded the multi-award BPA under the agency’s Professional Support Services Schedule.

Kirk Herdman, executive vice president of corporate strategy and business development at KeyW, said the company intends to bring its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology offerings to the DoD mission.

“This work helps support near- and long-term warfighter requirements and aligns with KeyW’s core strengths in operational cyber, identity intelligence, advanced sensing and computer forensic capabilities,” Herdman added.

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