Science and Engineering Services, an Alabama-based aviation systems integrator, has won a potential $259.6 million contract from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection to build multirole enforcement aircraft for use in land interdiction operations.
SES will supply up to nine MEA LI planes under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, according to an award notice posted Wednesday on SAM.gov.
The IDIQ award has an ordering period of up to five years and will include associated spares, training and field service representatives to support contract work.
For the first delivery order, SES will receive $28.2 million to conduct prototyping efforts. CBP selected the company four months after the issuance of a competitive solicitation process.