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Army Plans Follow-On IDIQ for Space & Missile Defense Command R&D Services

The U.S. Army is planning an industry competition for the next iteration of a multiple-award contract vehicle designed to address technology research and development requirements at the branch’s Space and Missile Defense Command.

A sources sought notice posted on SAM.gov says the Army estimates a $2.6 billion ceiling value for the full and open track of its Design, Development, Demonstration and Integration II contract and pegs the small business set-aside portion at between $1.9 billion and $2.5 billion.

The follow-on acquisition program will seek R&D support for space, high-altitude and missile defense technologies.

Army Contracting Command-Redstone Arsenal anticipates issuing a solicitation for services in the space technology development and information integration and exploitation areas.

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