TRAX International Lands $90M Contract Modification for Army Test Support

Jeff Brody

TRAX International has secured a one-year, $90M contract modification to provide test support services at U.S. Army facilities in Yuma, Ariz., and Fort Greely, Alaska.

Performance of work is slated to run through Sept. 30, 2020, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The company initially received an $89M cost-plus-award-fee contract from the military branch in May 2018 for computing, automation, management, engineering, data acquisition and instrumentation services.

Las Vegas-based TRAX offers logistics support, multimedia, test range, facility and maintenance operation services to the public and private sectors.

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