Booz Allen Hamilton in Virginia has secured a contract valued at approximately $150.9 million for research and development in technology, innovation, and surveillance. Sierra Nevada Corp. in Nevada has been awarded a contract with a ceiling of $134 million to provide support for the U.S. Special Operations Command’s Tactical Information Systems. Meanwhile, Propper International Inc. in Puerto Rico has received a contract modification of over $77.2 million for a 3-season sleep system and components.
- Booz Allen Hamilton was awarded a $150,949,292 contract for R&D in technology, innovation, and disruptive intelligence with work locations and funding determined per order. The expected completion date is Sept. 21, 2028.
- Sierra Nevada Corp. obtained a contract with a maximum value of $134,000,000 to support the Program Executive Office of Tactical Information Systems for the U.S. Special Operations Command. The contract focuses on TRAX software and related services, set to be completed by Sept. 22, 2028.
- Propper International Inc. secured a $77,227,290 contract modification for a 3-season sleep system. The ordering period is expected to conclude on Sept. 27, 2024, and will cater to the needs of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.
- Contracts were facilitated through various U.S. defense and military contracting entities, including the Army Contracting Command, USSOCOM, and the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support.
- The contracts highlight a continuous investment in technological advancement, communication systems, and troop support equipment by U.S. defense agencies.