General Technical Services has received a potential five-year, $67M contract for tactical and expeditionary power and energy generation services to the U.S. Army‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center.
GTS said Tuesday it will provide scientific, engineering, prototyping and analytical services to help CERDEC’s Command Power and Integration Directorate generate, store, manage and distribute power sources.
Work will take place over a one-year base period and may continue for an additional four years if all options are exercised.
“We look forward to continuing our service to CERDEC and the Power Division mission as it advances technologies and mission effectiveness for our Soldiers in the field,” said GTS co-CEOs Mari Kovach and Barbara McGivney.
The single-award contract continues the company’s 25-year partnership with CERDEC.