TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

Engility scores $369M contract to support national air traffic management system

Engility has won a $369 million contract to provide engineering and technical services to the Transportation Department’s Volpe National Transportation Systems Center.

The five-year, single award contract supports the modernization of the country’s air traffic management system, known as NextGen.

In addition to the engineering and technical services, Engility will provide financial and program management.

For more contract awards, check out our Washington Technology Contract Database, available to WT Insiders, covering every contract award we have reported on since January 2013.

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