LGS Innovations has won a $15.5 million contract to support the integration of information operation payloads into unmanned aerial vehicles used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Special Operations Command, the company announced.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract runs for two years and includes a 3-year option period that would increase the potential value to $34.9 million.
LGS has provided support to the Navy and SOCOM in the past through a variety of contracting vehicles. The company said the newly awarded IDIQ contract would provide a more streamlined method of contracting for the company’s services.
“We’re proud that our previous work supporting the missions of the Navy and SOCOM has led to a dedicated contracting vehicle for LGS,” said Dr. Jay Moorman, group president of wireless solutions at LGS. “We are looking forward to providing a full range of solutions to further enhance our ability to meet our customers’ mission needs.”
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