BAE Systems has been chosen for a position on a new eight-year, $3 billion contract to continue supporting the US Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command.

The company will research and develop hardware and software solutions to design next-generation technologies for space, high-altitude, and missile defense. As an IDIQ awardee, BAE Systems is among a group of eight companies that will compete for future task orders under the contract.
DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems Intelligence & Security sector said:

“We’ve had a long-standing and successful relationship with SMDC.

We provide specialised support in the research, development, integration, testing, demonstration, and small-scale production of prototypes designed with, and for, the soldier.

We’re committed to helping the Army develop the new technologies it needs to gain a greater tactical edge on the battlefield and accomplish a wide array of complex missions.

In addition to assisting with prototype design, the task orders call for the support of component testing, as well as the integration of prototypes into systems and subsystems that can be evaluated in a laboratory, or relevant environment, with limited operational system testing.”
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