ENSCO Inc. announced Nov. 17 it has won the RN Systems Engineering and Integration contract by the Space and Missile Systems Center.
“ENSCO is honored to be awarded this multiyear contract and is looking forward to supporting the Space and Missile Systems Center,” ENSCO President Boris Nejikovsky said. “We are confident that our team’s extensive expertise and capabilities in range and network systems will help SMC accomplish its critical national security mission.”
“We look forward to continuing our high level of service to the USAF in ensuring our nation’s efficient access to space and maintaining mission success,” ENSCO Aerospace Sciences and Engineering Division Vice President Kevin Pruett said. “We have assembled an outstanding team, and we appreciate the confidence and trust the USAF has placed in us to be selected for this important national mission.”
The ENSCO team includes Booz Allen Hamilton, Vencore and USfalcon.
Under the contract, ENSCO will support the Range and Network Division within SMC in its mission to develop, modernize and sustain the nation’s premier launch and test range systems, ensuring continued access to space for the warfighter; test and evaluation of ballistic missile and aeronautical programs; sustainment and modernization of the Air Force Satellite Control Network; and provide command and control, communication, telemetry and tracking for more than 170 DOD, NRO, civil and allied satellites. ENSCO will lead the development of the standard training systems for the space enterprise and tracking of space objects.
The work will be performed at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Patrick Air Force Base in Florida.
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