Radiance Technologies, Cole Engineering Win DARPA Modeling & Simulation Research Contracts

Radiance Technologies, Cole Engineering Win DARPA Modeling & Simulation Research Contracts

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Radiance Technologies a $10.1M contract and Cole Engineering Services a $9.1M contract to explore modeling and simulation approaches for theater-wide mission use.

Both companies will perform research work for DARPA's Secure Advanced Framework for Simulation and Modeling program, which seeks a system to accelerate analysis and decision-making processes related military operations development, resource allocation, technology insertion and force structure, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Ten bids were submitted to the agency for the SAFE-SiM project via a competitive acquisition process.

DARPA will obligate $3.75M on Radiance's contract and $3.31M on Cole's award. The agency expects both companies to finish work by August 2021.

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