Eagan, McAllister Wins Navy ATC Work

The Naval Air Warfare Center chose Eagan, McAllister Associates Inc. to support the air traffic control and landing systems of the Air Traffic Control Systems Division, based in St. Inigoes, Md.

The contract, awarded July 17, is worth more than $21 million over five years if all options are exercised.

EMA of Lexington Park, Md., also won four predecessor contracts, which encompass a range of program management, acquisition, logistics and engineering support services. By the end of this contract, the company will have provided ATC Systems with continuous support for two decades.

"We came into being supporting the acquisition programs of the ATC Systems Division and other clients at St. Inigoes," said John McAllister, the company's president and co-founder. "Seventeen years later, more than 95 percent of our business base remains the Navy."

EMA employs more than 800 people across the country and has annual revenue of more than $85 million.

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