MacB announces over $100M of critical intelligence and cyber contract wins
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) of Dayton, OH announced on July 11that the company has been awarded several classified contracts supporting the Intelligence Community (IC) and Cyber programs for the Department of Defense totaling more than $100 million. These contracts and delivery orders represent a mix of sole source, recompete and new work.
MacB intelligence analysts, domain specialists, and engineers will be providing the critical technology research, analysis, design, prototyping, and testing to address highly classified requirements and needs for eight different U.S. Government customers. MacB will perform these efforts at company facilities as well as in U.S. Government laboratory and field environments.
“We continue to deliver and win new work for classified customers on a consistent basis due to our unique expertise and focus on mission success,” said Sidney Fuchs, MacB president and CEO. “Year after year, these customers have determined that MacB’s superior technical and engineering expertise, along with our operational excellence, is crucial to solving national security challenges for both the IC and Department of Defense.”
Source: MacAulay-Brown, Inc.