MEI takes $90M Army R&D contract

Arlington, Va.-based Millennium Engineering and Integration has won a five-year, $90.8 million contract to perform research-and-development work on Army system and component technologies.

The Army received 10 bids for the contract that supports its advanced technology concepts, the Defense Department said in its Tuesday contracts digest.

MEI, an employee-owned small business, will utilize modeling simulation software to carry out the work.

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