Johns Hopkins APL Secures $150M Modification to Air Force Aerospace Tech Contract

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.

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