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USAF looks to A-Tech for tactical space-based ISR development
A-Tech Corporation of Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been awarded a $34.91 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract by the Air Force Research Laboratory, to conduct work on the Surveillance, Intelligence, and Reconnaissance Enhanced Network (SIREN) programme.
The principal objective of SIREN is to provide autonomous, multi-modal, space-based sensing capabilities for persistent tactical ISR, the DoD noted on 31 August.
A-Tech is expected to complete work on the contract by 4 December 2025.
The contract was awarded after a competitive tender.
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