AIR FORCE

CSRA books $61M Air Force ISR Contract

CSRA has received a five-year, $61 million contract to carry out engineering and systems integration work on the Air Force's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms.

Work will also encompass scheduling services and resources to the branch's deputy chief of staff for ISR and Air Combat Command. CSRA has supported Air Force ISR efforts for two decades.

The company's services will take place at the Pentagon, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Hanscom Air Force Base, two other locations in the continental U.S. and a pair of international locations.

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