MacAulay-Brown, Inc. has been awarded over $50 million in previously undisclosed classified government contracts in the third quarter, the company announced.
The newly announced contract wins bring the company’s yearly total of classified contract awards to over $250 million.
“MacB has partnered with national security customers for more than three decades, meeting specific mission requirements in both the U.S. and around the globe,” said MacAulay-Brown President and CEO Sid Fuchs. “It is clear that our strategy to deliver high barrier to imitation capabilities that uniquely satisfy mission-critical needs is working.”
The classified contracts cover work for both long-standing MacB customers, as well as new customers within the defense and intelligence community, further expanding MacB’s capabilities and presence, the company said.
Through the recently announced contracts, the company will support federal agencies with specialized intelligence analysis, cyber prototyping, research and development, mission software development, and testing and training of specialized hardware.
The majority of the work will be performed in Washington, D.C., and throughout the U.S., the company said.