Cobham wins US $227m in MDA task orders
SPARTA, Inc. doing business as Cobham Analytic Solutions has been awarded nine task orders supporting the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) totaling $227M in value over two years. The task order awards were competed under the MDA Engineering and Support Services (MiDAESS) omnibus contract vehicle and covers support in the areas of Weapons Engineering; Flight Test; Command, Control, Communications Battle Management; Operations Support; Modeling and Simulation; Component Test, Facilities, Laser System Engineering, and Space System Engineering.
"These wins represent a continuation of Cobham's longstanding support to the Missile Defense Agency as well as expanding into new areas. Cobham has been providing missile defense engineering and analysis expertise for 30 years starting with the original architecture designs," said Randy Morgan, president of Cobham Analytic Solutions. "We are proud of the work we have done to support this critical national programme, and we look forward to continuing to provide MDA with outstanding engineering, deployment and infrastructure support under the MiDAESS programme."
Work will be performed across the United States, with primarily support concentrated in the National Capital Region; Huntsville, AL; and Colorado Springs, CO.
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