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Air Force Issues Broad Agency Announcement on Electronic Warfare Tech R&D, Transition Project

Air Force Issues Broad Agency Announcement on Electronic Warfare Tech R&D, Transition Project - top government contractors - best government contracting event

The Air Force Research Laboratory has indicated its intent to solicit proposals for a potential $300 million program that will involve research, development and transition of cross-domain electronic warfare systems.

A broad agency announcement posted Friday on SAM.gov lists multiple technical areas under the Kaiju project, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, data collection, and modeling and simulation.

The other areas of interest mentioned in the “BAA With Calls” are algorithm design and development, hardware development, lab and field testing, and analysis.

The Air Force expects to award up to eight contracts through the program and estimates the value of individual awards will range between $1 million and $95 million.

AFRL noted it will keep the basic BAA open for calls until May 12, 2027.

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