Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory will continue to develop aerospace munitions and cyber and electronic warfare systems for the U.S. Air Force after the nonprofit research center received a $150 million contract modification.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a cumulative face value of $250 million and also includes work to acquire, test and evaluate aircraft warfare platforms, the Department of Defense said Monday.
APL originally received the sole-source award worth nearly $50 million in August 2020.
Services are due for completion on July 31, 2026. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center in Florida acts as the contracting activity.