Summit Technologies wins $250M Air Force mission planning contract

Summit Technologies has won a five-year, $250 million contract to help the Air Force manage its mission planning systems such as those in support of aircraft and weapon platforms.

The company beat out three other bidders for the contract that was reserved for service-disabled, veteran owned small businesses.

Mission Planning Support Contract III has a five-month ordering period with a six-month option to extend. Spiral Solutions & Technologies won the MPSC II iteration in 2011 for a five-year base period.

MPSC III covers work to help various Air Force organizations use systems that compile software, hardware, data, training and logistics used to help plan missions, according to Deltek.

Summit will be responsible for work that includes:

  • Subject matter expertise
  • Mission planning training
  • Configuration management
  • Technical publications
  • Hardware support
  • Computer systems administration
  • Software security
  • Support for foreign military sales

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