The Missile Defense Agency has selected Parsons Corp. to continue engineering advisory and assistance support for planning, design and construction through a $104 million contract.
“For nearly a half century, Parsons has sourced and dedicated industry-leading expertise to protect our nation’s warfighters in the ever-evolving all domain battlespace,” said Kurt Tripp, Parsons senior vice president of integrated air and missile defense.
The ceiling-value cost plus fixed fee Technical, Engineering, Advisory, and Management Support-Next Facilities Lifecycle Management contract contains a 3-year base period with two option period years, and one 6-month option.
“We are proud to continue modernizing and improving the sustainability of MDA’s infrastructure that started in 1975 with the U.S. Army Missile Command Safeguard Center,” Tripp said.
Under this contract, Parsons will provide advisory and assistance support to MDA’s mission of building sustainable infrastructure systems, updating aging or damaged military facilities and managing leases under the MDA Real Property Program at U.S. military installations in Virginia, Alaska, Alabama and California.
Parsons has long supported MDA with system of systems engineering and integration; modeling and simulation; command, control, communications, and battle management; operations, sustainment and logistical support; and facility life-cycle management services.