ECS Wins Spot on $200M DARPA Science Contract

George Wilson, ECS Federal

ECS Federal has been awarded a place on a $200 million contract that will provide science and engineering technical assistance to the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a ceiling value of $200 million over five years, and will support DARPA’s Strategic Technology Office. ECS was one of three awardees.

ECS has been one of the primary technical advisers to DARPA for many years, serving as a prime science and engineering technical assistance contractor in three of the six DARPA technical offices, including the Strategic Technology Office, the company said.

“We are very proud of our 40-year history at DARPA,” ECS CEO George Wilson said. “Our success is a result of our commitment to provide the highest caliber of talent and qualified experts across a diverse range of defense-related technologies.”

ECS provides experts in biometrics, space communication, cyber, maritime, electronic warfare, radar, robotics, photonics, nanotechnology, neuroscience, mechanical limbs and more, with a team that draws from from more 25 small businesses, subcontractors and independent contractors, the company said.

 

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