Altamira wins $18M intelligence contract

Altamira Technologies has won an $18 million contract for support of a classified system for the intelligence community.

The agency making the award was not named by Altamira. The company will provide lifecycle engineering, development, and sustainment of a mission critical system.

The five-year contract goes by the acronym of CPFF and was awarded in the first quarter of 2017, the company said.

The same unnamed customer has recognized Altamira with consecutive contractor of the quarter awards, the company said.

“This award represents a deepening relationship with one of our fastest growing customers,” said Jonathan Moneymaker, executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Altamira.

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