Pivotal Secures $121M Air Force Software Prototyping OTA

Pivotal Software has been awarded a one-year, $121.3M other transaction agreement to support the Kessel Run software development team at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Detachment 12.

The company will provide prototyping approaches, software and services across the Air Force Air Operations Center, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Work is scheduled to occur through May 30, 2020, in Massachusetts and Washington, D.C.

AFLCMC issued the OTA on a sole-source basis and obligated $19.8M at the time of award.

The military service awarded the company a one-year, $100M agreement in late 2018 to provide production support for enterprise architectures.

Both OTAs serve as follow-ons to the prototyping project between Pivotal and Army Contracting Command in New Jersey.

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