Northrop Grumman has secured a position on a $500M contract vehicle covering technical services to the Defense Intelligence Agency‘s science and technology missions.
The company said Wednesday it is among the nine awardees on the HELIOS indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that encompasses the research and development; intelligence; strategic warning; acquisition; and operational areas.
Ginger Wierzbanowski, vice president of Northrop’s intelligence solutions business, said the company seeks to help the DIA identify, develop and implement technologies that can support missions of the intelligence community, combatant commands and other federal agencies.
Work under the contract will take place at locations in Ohio, Virginia, Alabama and Arizona through Sept. 14, 2028.
The company noted it intends to continue assisting the agency in multidomain sensor and mission technology and systems life cycle development efforts.