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Woman-owned joint ventures captures $255.9M missile defense contract

A joint venture led by a woman-owned firm has won a $255.9 million contract to provide infrastructure and cybersecurity services to the Missile Defense Agency.

DTechLogic LLC is a Huntsville, Alabama, joint venture led by Davidson Technology, a woman-owned business, and nLogic.

They were one of four bidders pursuing the work to support the ballistic missile defense system hardware in the loop and related testing.

DTechLogic led a team that includes Leidos, ASRC Federal, H2l Solutions, Qualis and TCS.

The contract was competed as a woman-owned, small business contract. The incumbent, according to Deltek, is Colsa Corp., which is not small and not women-owned.

The contract will run through June 2024. Most of the work will be performed in Huntsville.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Jun 20, 2019 at 12:47 PM

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