Alion wins $48.5M to help Navy be more efficient, less wasteful
- By Mark Hoover
- Sep 05, 2014
Alion Science and Technology has won a $48.5 million contract from the Air Force to make the Navy more efficient and less wasteful.
Though this contract was awarded by the Air Force Installation Contracting Agency, work will be performed at Navy bases as well as in Rome, Italy, and New York, N.Y., the Defense Department said in a release.
Under the contract, Alion will provide integrated tactical systems to identify and avoid using problematic materials, processes and assessment methods that can lead to unplanned and unbudgeted maintenance costs, shorter life-cycles, and reduced readiness, the Defense Department said.
Work is slated to wrap up in December 2016.
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