Air Force Adds 24 Vendors to $950M Joint All Domain C2 Support IDIQ

Air Force Adds 24 Vendors to $950M Joint All Domain C2 Support IDIQ
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The U.S. Air Force has awarded an additional 24 spots on a potential $950M contract to develop and operate systems across land, sea, air, cyber, electromagnetic spectrum and cyber domains as part of the Joint All Domain Command and Control program.

The companies will compete for task orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity to mature, demonstrate and proliferate capabilities across domains and platforms using modern software and open systems design, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The Air Force Life Cycle Management will use fiscal 2020 research, development, test and evaluation funds to finance initial orders and expects work to run through May 28, 2025.

The additional awardees are:

  • Advanced Simulation Research
  • Altamira Technologies
  • Amergint Technologies
  • Borsight
  • Carahsoft Technology
  • Datanchor
  • Digital Mobilizations
  • EFW
  • F9 Teams
  • Geosite
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE)
  • Infinity Labs
  • Lyteworx Automation Systems
  • MarkLogic
  • Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)
  • Ortman Consulting
  • Peraton
  • R2 Space
  • Radiant Mission Solutions
  • Rebellion Defense
  • Rhombus Power
  • Sierra Nevada 
  • Soar Technology
  • Vidrovr

The military branch initially selected 27 companies in late May, added 18 vendors in early July and another eight contractors in the same month to the IDIQ contract. The Air Force awarded another 15 spots on the JADC2 support contract in September.

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