MacAulay-Brown, Inc. has partnered with BAE Systems on a U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command contract.
Under the contract, the companies will support the 116th Military Intelligence brigade, which is responsible for aerial-intelligence, surveillance and reconaissance missions, or A-ISR, for deployed task forces outside the continental U.S.
MacB’s share of the contract win is $26 million over a 4-year period.
MacB’s National Security Group will work with BAE Systems to provide services for A-ISR processing, exploitation and dissemination operations for the Army command. Responsibilities will include Signals Intelligence, Geospatial Intelligence, multidiscipline analysis and sensor operations for A-ISR systems, real-time observation, exploitation, analysis and reporting of intelligence.
“This new U.S. Army INSCOM win demonstrates our continued ability to execute and deliver strategic, multi-discipline intelligence analysis and technical expertise for best value,” said Dan Gutierrez, senior vice president of MacB’s National Security Group. “We’re proud of our partnership with BAE Systems and look forward to delivering on the technical, functional, analytical and supervisory requirements of A-ISR related to PED that were outlined in this unique contract for the 116th MI Brigade.”