DCS Wins Prime Contract to Support Naval Air Systems Command

Jim Benbow, DCS Corp.

DCS Corp. announced March 14 it has won a 1-year, $10.5 million prime contact to support the Naval Air Systems Command. The contract includes four option years with a total potential value of $53 million.

Under this prime contract, DCS will provide NAVAIR’s Air Vehicle Test & Evaluation Division within the Integrated System Evaluation Experimentation & Test Department with support in the areas of test and evaluation engineering, including research and development, systems analysis and engineering, prototyping and integration of warfare systems into naval Aaircraft and aviation subsystems.

DCS will be working with a competency-aligned customer that provides test and evaluation services to various air vehicle programs across four major air vehicle test disciplines: aeromechanical and flight controls, air vehicle/stores compatibility, ship suitability and landing systems, and installed propulsion/power/mechanical systems.

Work will be performed at the Naval Air Station Patuxent in River, Md.

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