Amentum secures $326.9 Million US Army C5ISR research contract

On October 16, Chantilly, VA-based Amentum announced that it has been awarded a five-year contract with a maximum value of $326.9 million by the U.S. Army to continue its work on command, control, communication, computers, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems. Amentum will engineer, integrate and test advanced prototype technologies and systems. The Army is managing the program out of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland.

“As a premier engineering partner for the U.S. Army, we can enable new technology capabilities to protect our national security,” said Jill Bruning, president of Amentum’s Engineering, Science, and Technology Group.

Under this contract, Amentum will provide technology and engineering solutions for prototyping projects executed by The Prototyping, Integration and Testing Division (PI&TD). These engineering modernization and integration projects directly support emerging technical needs of the warfighter. PI&TD provides support to several military program management offices including DEVCOM, Warfighter Information Network Tactical (WIN-T), Mission Command, Radars, DCGS-A, Special Operations Command, and Marine Corp (USMC).

Additionally, Amentum will design, develop, and fabricate C5ISR systems, sub-systems, components, installation kits, and systems-of-systems for integration into ground-based, vehicular, shelter, airborne, watercraft, soldier, and dismounted platforms, both tactical and non-tactical, and into fixed and re-locatable sites.

Source: Amentum

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