Northrop Grumman plans to compete for task orders to design, build, demonstrate and integrate space and missile defense technology platforms under a potential nine-year, $3.04 billion contract with the U.S. Army.
The company said Monday it will work to help the service branch meet requirements and provide capabilities in the areas of integrated air and missile defense, space, directed energy, cyber space and hypersonics through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
The D31 Domain 1 contract seeks to provide contractors an opportunity to design and produce a technology offering as a joint capability technology demonstration.
John Parker, vice president and general manager of global logistics and modernization at Northrop’s technology services business, said the D3I program seeks to reflect the company’s “enterprise collaboration effort” to deliver technologies in support of clients’ future missions and requirements.
Northrop is one of the eight companies that won spots on the contract the Army Space and Missile Defense Command awarded in February.