Huntington Ingalls takes $78M Army inspection system support order

Huntington Ingalls Industries has booked a three-year, $78.4 million task order to help maintain and repair inspection systems used by the Army to scan vehicles, cargo and personnel entering its facilities.

HII’s technical solutions division will perform the work through its mission driven innovative solutions group, the company said Monday.

Services will include maintenance, repair, supply support, fielding, engineering, configuration management and training for the Army’s Non-Intrusive Inspection System Support systems.

NIIS equipment works to utilize nuclear source and X-ray technologies in order to detect explosives and other contraband.

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