SRI Sarnoff awarded US Army contract
SRI International Sarnoff is one of the winners of a multiple-award Force Protection Systems contract from the US Army Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Natick Contracting Division. The Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract has the potential maximum overall ceiling of $997 million for the entire five year program.
The three-year base, two-year option IDIQ contract pre-qualifies SRI and the SRI-led team to compete on delivery orders supplying Force Protection Systems to armed forces and coalition partners' integrated defense of military bases in the US and around the globe. SRI will leverage its areas of expertise and those of the SRI-led team to provide a variety of security, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems as well as ancillary services such as training, installation, set-up and maintenance to support these systems.
"As a prime contractor to the US Army, SRI Sarnoff and our strong team of partners will deliver on our collective expertise to safeguard American troops through battle-tested integrated force protection systems," said Mark Clifton, vice president, Products and Services, SRI Sarnoff. "The team will build on our broad experience to address existing and emerging requirements such as persistent surveillance, intrusion and explosion detection, access control, entry denial, and autonomous unmanned systems."
Source: SRI International
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