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Guidehouse Wins $12B Air Force ICBM Systems Integration Recompete Contract

Guidehouse has won a potential $12 billion follow-on contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide systems engineering and integration support services for intercontinental ballistic missiles.

The Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center at Hill Air Force Base in Utah received five offers for the Integration Support Contract 2.0 through a competitive acquisition process and expects contract work to run through Aug. 27, 2042, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The McLean, Virginia-based consulting firm will serve as the systems integrator and provide professional services for the ICBM weapon system program.

The service branch is obligating funds for the cost-plus-award-fee contract using fiscal 2023 missile procurement, fiscal 2024 research, development, test and evaluation and fiscal 2024 operation and maintenance funds.

ISC 2.0 seeks to augment government resources for systems integration of Minuteman III, next-generation ground-based strategic deterrent or any future ICBM weapon system, subsystems and components developed during the contract’s performance period, according to solicitation documents.

In June 2022, the Air Force awarded BAE Systems a follow-on ICBM systems integration support contract.

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