Raytheon BBN to Develop Transportation Movement Analysis Tool for Transcom

Raytheon‘s BBN Technologies subsidiary has received a four-year, $45.5 million contract to develop a tool for the U.S. Transportation Command to examine the movement of military personnel and equipment.

The Defense Department said Thursday work on the Analysis of Mobility Platform  commenced Sunday and will continue through Sept. 30, 2022.

Transcom’s acquisition directorate received one offer for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via a competitive procurement and DoD noted the command will obligate funds on subsequent task orders.

AMP is designed to model, simulate and produce a comprehensive representation of Defense Transportation System deployment and distribution activities within the continental U.S. and theaters of operation.

Contract work will take place in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois.

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