United Launch Alliance and SpaceX have received task orders worth $384 million combined from the U.S. Space Force to deploy payloads and integrate missions for phase two of the National Security Space Launch program.
The branch awarded ULA a pair of task orders, valued at $224.3 million, to support the USSF-112 and USSF-87 missions, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
DOD added that SpaceX will launch USSF-36 and the National Reconnaissance Office’s NROL-69 payload under two orders worth $159.7 million.
Work locations include Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and Vandenberg Air Force Base in Florida.
The Pentagon expects both companies to finish tasks by the fourth quarter of fiscal 2023.