Three win potential $200M contract for air traffic control services
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 29, 2015
Three companies have won spots on a potentially $199.9 million contract to provide air traffic control engineering and technical support services to the Navy.
The base value of this contract is $38 million.
The winners are:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Services include integration support, configuration data management and systems maintenance for a range of air traffic control, meteorology and oceanography and aviation C5ISR, the Defense Department said in a release.
Work will be performed in Southeast Asia and Africa and is slated to wrap up in 2016, or in 2020 with options.
Six companies bid for spots on this contract.
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