MacAulay-Brown announces $200 million in contract wins

Sid Fuchs, MacAulay-Brown

Sid Fuchs, MacAulay Brown

MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), has won $200 million in previously unannounced classified contract wins for federal government customers, the company announced July 10.
The company’s contract responsibilities for the prime awards include operations and engineering, prototyping, systems development, testing and training of specialized hardware, software and methodologies used worldwide. Most of the work will be delivered by MacB engineers, scientists, technicians, data analysts and operations personnel in Dayton, Ohio, and the Washington, D.C., area in addition to other locations.

“MacB has supported and partnered with national security customers and their specific missions for more than three decades in both the U.S. and around the globe,” said MacB President and Chief Executive Officer Sid Fuchs. “Our specialized expertise across engineering, intelligence, cybersecurity and a variety of technical disciplines enables us to help customers meet rapidly evolving requirements by offering new and innovative solutions and technologies. We are extremely proud of the work our employees perform on a daily basis to support these critical agencies and their real-time missions.”

The awards were received during MacB’s second quarter this year and represent a mix of new business and recompete stand-alone contracts and delivery orders.


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