Engility to Support Naval Aviation Warfare Systems Engineering Under $85M Deal; Lynn Dugle Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 12, 2018 — Engility (NYSE: EGL) will provide development, engineering, analysis and test services for the U.S. Navy‘s naval aviation warfare systems under a potential $85M contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 23.

The company said Aug. 23 it will also help the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division systems engineering department integrate the warfare systems with naval aircraft as well as perform other work at its Model Based System Engineering Lab in Maryland.

Engility Chairman, President and CEO Lynn Dugle, a two-time Wash100 awardee, noted that the company will utilize its model-based systems engineering approach to provide support for naval aviation.

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