KBR books $133M Army Patriot system services order

KBR's government services business has booked a potential five-and-a-half year, $133 million task order with the Army for technical and engineering services to the Patriot missile system.

This order was awarded tthrough the Army's AMCOM Express professional services contract that opened for business in 2014, KBR said Monday. Work will take place over a five-year base period followed by a six-month extension option.

The KBRwyle business will carry out engineering changes, retrofits, upgrades and also perform training development work for the U.S. and allies that have acquired the Patriot system.

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