MacAulay-Brown has won a spot on a massive multi-award research contract for the Defense Department’s Information Analysis Centers.
MacB, an Alion company, was one of 15 award winners on the $28 billion, 9-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract. The deal, which is divided into 22 scientific and technical areas, is a consolidated follow-on to three predecessor contracts, covering defense systems technical area task, cybersecurity, and homeland defense and security.
Work under the contract includes advanced component and prototype development, research analysis, and system and operational demonstrations. Work will be performed both inside and outside the continental U.S. for customers in national defense and the intelligence community.
“The scope and duration of this long-term contract will allow MacB to continue our efforts on National Security-related research, development, engineering, and technical solutions,” said Sid Fuchs, MacB president. “Our personnel will continue to focus on developing and implementing NextGen capabilities that will enable our DoD and IC customers and partners to exceed their objectives across a broad spectrum of mission needs.”