Two nab $20M in munitions-disarming modifications

SAIC and El Dorado Engineering have picked up munitions disarming contract modifications worth nearly $20 million combined.

The Salt Lake City, Utah-based El Dorado Engineering’s modification is worth $8.9 million, and SAIC’s modification is worth $9.4 million.

Both modifications exercise option year four of previously-awarded contracts.

The contracts entail analytical engineering and technical support for the demilitarization of munitions, and work is expected to be completed by May 2015.

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