Science Applications International Corp. has received a $319 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide weapon system sustainment services in support of air operations centers across the globe.
SAIC and the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Kessel Run division will collaborate to ensure the Falconer weapon system is secure and up to date by applying engineering and technical innovation, the company said Wednesday.
Air Force component commanders use the Falconer program to gain assistance in planning, directing and assessing operations in air, space and cyber domains. Efforts include analysis and dissemination of C2 and intelligence data.
“The Falconer program is a strategic win for SAIC that combines our capabilities in command and control and leadership in cloud migration and digital modernization,” said Michael LaRouche, president of national security and space sector at SAIC.
The 2022 Wash100 Award recipient added that aside from the Falconer program, SAIC also supports other Department of Defense initiatives that are related to Joint All-Domain C2 such as the Advanced Battle Management System initiative.