Army awards 13 contracts

Officials at the Army's Aviation and Missile Command awarded 13 contracts Dec. 9 under the multimillion-dollar Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services program.

The $405.7 million initiative provides advisory and assistance services for the command's personnel and customers in four areas. The areas are technical, programmatic, logistics, and business and analytical, according to a request for information document published earlier this year for the solicitation.

Command officials awarded firm-fixed-price contracts Dec. 9 in three of the four areas. They included six under the technical area worth $303 million, four under programmatic worth $69.7 million and three under logistics worth $33 million, according to the Defense Department contracts announcement.

The announcement did not cite contracts awarded under the business and analytical section. Winners include:

Technical ($303 million)

Aviation and Missile Solutions

Computer Sciences Corp.

Madison Research

Morgan Research

Science Applications International Corp.

Westar Aerospace and Defense Group

Programmatic ($69.7 million)

3D Research

CAS

Initiative Research and Technology

Sigmatech

Logistics ($33 million)

Advanced Engineering and Planning

Belzon

Metters Industries

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