MacAulay-Brown, Inc. Wins Contract to Provide Space-related Intelligence and Cyber Services to the U.S. Air Force

Fred Norman, MacB

Fred Norman, MacB

This week, MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) announced that it has been awarded a contract by the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) to support the Joint Functional Component Command (JFCC) for Space Intelligence Directorate (J2). The Dayton, Ohio-based company provides advanced engineering services and product solutions to Defense, Homeland Security, Special Operations Forces, Intelligence, and Federal agencies. MacB maintains National Capital Headquarters in Vienna, Va.

Under the contract, MacB will deliver all-source space/counterspace intelligence analysts to JFCC Space to support deliberate, contingency, crisis and exercise planning using Space Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace (SIPB) products. Personnel from MacB will also partner with JFCC Space to meet Cyber-related intelligence needs and to provide IT consulting services.

The contract, which was awarded through the USSTRATCOM Systems and Mission Support (USAMS II) Indefinite-delivery/Indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, will provide a full range of services, including management, communications, analysis, engineering, in support of USSTRATCOM and subordinate units.

“JFCC Space provides Space Situational Awareness that the military, Intelligence Community, Homeland Security and civilian authorities rely on to make critical decisions,” said MacB’s Mission Systems Group Senior VP and GM Fred Norman. “In partnership with JFCC Space personnel, our Intelligence and Cyber experts will work to ensure that the Nation’s space-related Intelligence requirements are met.”

Related: MacB Opens New Offices in Augusta Georgia, Near Fort Gordon

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