Qwaltec wins $19M satellite O&M contract

Qwaltec has won a $19 million contract with the Navy to support satellite operations and maintenance services.

Under the contract, Qwaltec will help the Navy Satellite Operations Center operate, manage, and maintain ground systems, providing continuous, reliable and endurable global space communication in direct support of the fleet, joint warfighter and interagency users, the company said in a release.

Work will be performed at the Navy Satellite Operations Center in Point Mugu, Calif.

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