The U.S. Navy has awarded Systems Application and Technologies a one-year, $20.4 million contract modification to extend the company’s support services at the Naval Air Systems Command’s air vehicle modification and instrumentation department.
SA-TECH will continue to design, build, procure, install, test, evaluate, calibrate, operate and maintain instrumentation on aircraft and engines for the military branch as well as other government, commercial and foreign customers under the modification, the Defense Department said Tuesday.
Ninety-five percent of work occur at Patuxent River in Maryland with the remaining five percent at China Lake and Point Mogu in California.
The Pentagon expects SA-TECH to finish contract work in September 2017.
The Naval Air Warfare Center’s aircraft division is the contracting activity and obligated $752,000 from the Navy’s fiscal 2016 major range and test facility base funds at the time of award.