Contract Awards

Chugach Technical Solutions Secures $94M Army Contract for Towed Artillery Program Management Support

Towed artillery US Army photo

Chugach Technical Solutions has received a $94.2 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army for services in support of its joint program office with the Marine Corps that manages the service branches' towed artillery systems. Contract work is expected to be completed by Jan. 31, 2026, and locations and funding will depend on each order.

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Navy Plans Aircraft Mission Tech Contract Award to Northrop for Manned-Unmanned Teaming Demo


Naval Air Systems Command has indicated its intent to award Northrop Grumman a sole-source contract to develop mission computer and display software for the U.S. Navy's E-2D tactical airborne early warning and control aircraft. The proposed cost-plus-fixed-fee contract will include software design, development, test and evaluation services to support the branch's initiative to demonstrate teaming between manned and unmanned platforms, according to a notice posted on SAM. gov.

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Secmation Secures Navy Funding for Development of Modular Cybersecure UAS Platform


Secmation received $1 million in funds from the Office of Naval Research through the second phase of the Small Small Business Innovation Research program to develop a modular cybersecure suite for unmanned aerial vehicles. SecMUAS is designed to help users implement security features into UAV units via the use of a rapid software development capability, the company said Wednesday.

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Serco Inc. Secures Potential $1.2B Base Support Services Contract From Canada; Tom Wheeler Quoted


A Serco Group subsidiary has been awarded a potential 20-year, $1.2 billion contract by the Canadian department of national defense to provide critical site support services at the 5 Wing Canadian Forces Base. The contract has a base value of $556 million over a 10-year period and includes two five-year extensions that would raise the contract amount to $1.2 billion if exercised, Serco Inc. said Wednesday. 

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Tetra Tech Secures Spot on $2B USAF Contract for Facility Modernization, Sustainment Projects; Dan Batrack Quoted

Dan Batrack Chairman and CEO Tetra Tech

Tetra Tech has won a potential $2 billion multiple-award contract from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) for global architecture and engineering design services in support of sustainment, restoration, modernization of military facilities and infrastructure. “Tetra Tech has a 30-year history of working with the USAF under various global architect-engineer services contracts,“ said Dan Batrack, chairman and CEO of Tetra Tech.

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Global Air Logistics and Training to Manufacture Prototype Airborne Payloads for Marine Corps


Global Air Logistics and Training will build and deliver four prototype airborne networking and communication systems to the U.S. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory under a $23.9 million contract. The Fused Integrated Naval Network communications gateway is designed to work with an unmanned air vehicle to explore the sharing of data between distributed forces, GALT said Monday.

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Charles River Analytics Lands Navy Contract to Develop Ship Management System Architecture

Charles River Analytcis

The U.S. Navy has awarded Charles River Analytics a $140,000 contract to develop a platform-agnostic framework designed to support the service branch's management of disparate systems and sensor networks. Charles River said Monday the Core Combat Architecture will serve as a baseline for platforms meant to handle the real-time management of combat systems, weapons and sensors supporting the Navy's vessels.

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Dewberry Receives FEMA Contract Extension for Logistics Construction Support


Dewberry has secured a contract extension from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to continue monitoring construction projects and providing other support services in the Northern Mariana Islands. Work under the extended Logistics Construction Support Contract task order will cover the management of more than 600 housing repair and construction efforts in Tinian and Saipan, Dewberry said Friday.

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NASA Selects Thales-Leonardo JV for Spacecraft Tech Procurement Contract Vehicle’s On-Ramp

NASA Rapid IV on-ramp

France- and Italy-based businesses of Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales and Leonardo, have landed spots on a potential $6 billion NASA contract vehicle covering spacecraft systems and support services through an on-ramp solicitation process. The agency issued the first RAPID IV on-ramp award nearly eight months after its original selection of five aerospace companies to participate in the program.

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