Seventeen win spots on $248.8M contract to support Army PEO

Seventeen companies have won spots on a $248.8 million contract to support the Army’s Program Executive Office for Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors.

The winners are:

  • Millennium Corp.
  • QED Systems LLC
  • DHPC Technologies Inc.
  • Exter Information Technology Services LLC
  • Future Skys Inc.
  • GS5 LLC
  • Envision Innovative Solutions Inc.
  • Synergy ECP LLC
  • Vortechx Applied Technologies LLC
  • Nexagen Networks Inc.
  • Sumaria Systems Inc.
  • OST Inc.
  • Patricio Enterprises Inc.
  • Middle Bay Solutions LLC
  • Mayvin Consulting Group Inc.
  • Hi-Tec Systems Inc.
  • Cortek Inc.

The Program Executive Office for Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors develops and refines an array of electronic warfare technologies and advanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors to improve situational awareness, force protection and reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition.

Under the contract, the winners will provide broad technical, program, operations, acquisition and business support services, the Defense Department said in a release.

Twenty companies bid on this contract.

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