A Raytheon subsidiary has secured an $8.2 million contract modification from the U.S. Transportation Command for support work on a transportation modeling and simulation application.
The Defense Department said Thursday Raytheon BBN Technologies will continue to support the Analysis of Mobility Platform that works to simulate the Defense Transportation System.
DoD added the modification exercises the third option year of the contract and brings the total contract value from $26.8 million to $35 million.
Work will occur at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois and Cambridge, Massachusetts through Sept. 30, 2017.
AMP is a DoD- and Transcom-sponsored modeling and simulation app that is designed to help analyze the transportation of equipment, passengers and supplies through DTS.