MacAulay-Brown partners on Technical Information Engineering Services contract in support of the U.S. Army
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a Dayton, OH-based national security company delivering advanced engineering services and product solutions to defense, intelligence, special operations forces, Homeland Security and Federal agencies, announced on November 2 that the company has partnered with EOIR Technologies, Inc. on a Technical Information Engineering Services (TIES) contract in support of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronic Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD). The Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract is valued at $994 million over a three-year period.
CERDEC’s I2WD is the U.S. Army’s center for research and development of advanced cyber operations, electronic warfare, signals intelligence technologies, intelligence analysis and exploitation and dissemination capabilities. I2WD provides effective intelligence and information warfare tools needed to significantly impact the fighting capabilities of military personnel in combat. TIES was established to provide a broad range of operational and program management services, as well as the technical, engineering, prototype development and fabrication support necessary for I2WD to meet both mission and customer needs.
“We are pleased to be working with CERDEC’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate on mission critical deliverables,” said Patrick Simpson, Vice President of Operations for MacB’s Mission Systems Group. “We have more than two decades of experience providing U.S. military customers with critical sensor, electronic warfare, intelligence and cyber tools, as well as systems and product solutions that position MacB as a great future partner with EOIR Technologies and I2WD.”
Source: MacAulay-Brown, Inc.