KeyW has won a blanket purchase agreement to provide a range of systems engineering services to the Defense Department, including for manned and unmanned aerial systems and cybersecurity technology.
The multiple-award BPA, made by the General Services Administration, has an estimated value of $135 million over five years.
Under the contract, KeyW will develop and operate innovative capabilities within the remote sensing and command, control, communications and computer mission areas for the military services.
“This new award is important to growing and aligning KeyW’s IDIQ portfolio with our core competencies,” said Kirk Herdman, KeyW executive vice president of corporate strategy and business development. “KeyW’s strategic areas of focus line up particularly well with the scope of this contract — manned and unmanned aerial systems engineering; forensics, cyber technologies, data, control; and computer research, operations and assessments.
Herdman added: “We’re excited to bring KeyW’s strong intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities to this mission. This work helps support near- and long-term warfighter requirements and aligns with KeyW’s core strengths in operational cyber, identity intelligence, advanced sensing and computer forensic capabilities.”