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Amentum to Provide Research Support to Army PEOs Under $126M Air Force Contract

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Amentum to Provide Research Support to Army PEOs Under $126M Air Force Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded engineering company Amentum a five-year, $126 million contract for research, development, test and evaluation services.

Amentum will use its RDT&E solutions to develop recommendations on fleet life cycle, logistics, sustainment, operational readiness and other key areas for the U.S. Army. The company’s solutions will come with complex reliability, maintainability, quality, supportability and interoperability analysis and system sustainment analysis.

Amentum’s research will also create business cases for the development, integration, sustainment and demilitarization of assets, including watercraft systems and ground combat systems that perform combat and combat support spectrum capabilities.

The contract will support the Army’s Program Executive Office Combat Support and Service Support and PEO Ground Combat Systems, Amentum said Tuesday.

The contractor will also apply engineering solutions to ensure that systems owned by the PEOs will work cohesively as parts of larger systems that fulfill the Department of Defense‘s requirements.

The contract was awarded under the DOD Information Analysis Center’s multiple-award contract vehicle. Contracts awarded through MAC are designed to enhance the Defense Technical Information Center repository and support the R&D and science and technology communities.

PEO CS&CSS designs, develops and delivers human capital and fleet management capabilities to warfighters. PEO GCS ensures that the Army’s ground combat systems are maintained and modernized to allow warfighters to address current and future threats.

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