Three win spots on $81M contract to provide ID technology data

Three companies have won spots on an $81 million contract to provide the Army with identification technology data.

The winners are:

  • CDO Technologies
  • Lowry Solutions
  • SRA International

Under the contracts, the companies will compete to provide the Air Force with identification technology data communications, hardware, software, documentation and incidental services, the Defense Department said in a release.

This will include technical engineering services, training and warranty services, the Defense Department said.

Work is expected to wrap up by May 5, 2018.

All bidders won spots on this contract.

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