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Boeing Awarded $329M Space Force Contract to Engineer GPS Block IIF Satellites

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has secured a 10-year, $329.3 million contract to help the U.S. Space Force engineer operational Global Positioning System Block IIF satellites.

The company will perform engineering work to support on-orbit operations of the constellation used to transmit navigation data to military and civilian users worldwide, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Space Systems Command issued the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to address GPS IIF mission requirements across the military and expects work to conclude by Dec. 20, 2031.

The U.S. Air Force deployed the first Boeing-built satellite in this series in May 2010 and launched the 12th and final satellite in February 2016.

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