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Amentum to Provide C5ISR Support to USINDOPACOM Under $441M Contract

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Amentum to Provide C5ISR Support to USINDOPACOM Under $441M Contract

The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command has awarded Amentum a potential five-year, $441.3 million contract to deliver C5ISR systems supporting the combatant command’s missions.

Amentum will provide command and control, electronic warfare and C5ISR technologies that would advance the command’s organizational capabilities. The company will also deliver analysis, experimentation, testing, defensive cyber analysis, national and adversary vulnerability assessments, strategic adversary resistance and ISR support services to support soldiers operating in all warfighting domains.

The combatant command will manage the program from Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii, Amentum said.

The USINDOPACOM contract builds on other tasks Amentum is performing for the U.S. military and federal government.

In mid-May, the company received a potential five-year, $70 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division for technology development support services. The company was tasked to provide research and development, analysis, testing, technology transfer and systems engineering services for NSWC-Crane’s ongoing hypersonics and undersea sensors work.

In the same month, Amentum won a $48 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security to provide tools and services to help the agency fend off multi-domain threats.

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