QinetiQ US secures Army C5ISR contract
On August 8, Lorton, VA-based QinetiQ US, a defense company providing mission-critical solutions in robotics and autonomous systems, sensing, protection systems, and next-generation autonomous vehicles announced that it has won the Fort Belvoir Prototyping Integration Facility (BPIF) task order under the Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Support (DAGRS) IDIQ contract vehicle.
This task order has a ceiling value of $45 million with performance of a 1-year base period and four 1-year option periods.
QinetiQ will continue supporting the U.S. Army’s DEVCOM C5ISR Center Fort Belvoir Prototyping Integration Facility (PIF) by providing technical and programmatic services for system development, fabrication, sensor and system integration, prototyping of multi-function sensor suites, and technology assessment efforts aimed at supporting current and future DEVCOM C5ISR PIF Belvoir customers.
“Supporting the U.S. national security is QinetiQ’s highest priority,” said Shawn Purvis, president and CEO of QinetiQ US. “We are proud to continue our partnership with the C5ISR Center and its mission partners to rapidly deliver innovative capabilities to support our national security.”
“QinetiQ supports the DEVCOM C5ISR PIF Belvoir to assist unique and special programs with urgent and critical requirements to provide sensing technologies, integration, and rapid prototyping services to the Warfighter” said Stephen Iwicki, Executive Vice President and General Manager of QinetiQ’s C5ISR Business Unit.
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