KBR will support modernization efforts at the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Massachusetts under a four-year, $126.7 million recompete contract.
The company said Monday it will help the Department of Transportation-owned center to update logistical, technical and safety systems as part of the Mission Information Technology Support contract.
“This win is one more step on our path to providing a better, more sustainable tomorrow for communities around the world,” said Stuart Bradie, president and CEO of KBR.
Bradie added that the company has worked with DOT for years in efforts to address challenges associated with the national transportation system.
The MITS contract includes IT, software and systems engineering support to various federal agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Highway Administration and the departments of Defense and the Interior.
KBR intends to apply its cloud, analytics, big data, artificial intelligence and agile development experience to support the Volpe Center.