Engineering and cybersecurity firm MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) announced it has picked up more than $300 million in contract wins in the first half of 2018. Nearly half of that — $135 million — came from previously unannounced classified contract awards, the company said.
MacB has been awarded positions as a prime and subcontractor on five new indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts for the Defense Department and the intelligence community, according to the company’s announcement.
The contracts included deals for intelligence, surveilance and reconnaissance, or ISR, engineering; intelligence analysis and operations; cyber platform development; and producing specialized software for a range of defense, law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
“Our continued success in the first half of 2018 is a continuation of solid growth from previous years, and a reflection of MacB’s strategic focus on delivering high-barrier to imitation capabilities in high-barrier to entry markets in a competitive industry,” said Sid Fuchs, MacB’s president and CEO. “It’s satisfying to see that our investments to expand the portfolio and maintain an agile environment have resulted in so many new customers and best value awards. The goal is always to deliver unique, innovative technologies to our diverse customer base.”