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DOD Grants Kratos $499M Anti-Tamper Solutions Design Contract

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DOD Grants Kratos $499M Anti-Tamper Solutions Design Contract

The Department of Defense has awarded Kratos Defense and Security Solutions a $499 million multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to design, build, test and deliver anti-tamper solutions to be used in DOD programs.

Kratos President Michael Johns said the company’s involvement in the program opens up new opportunities, including welcoming new contractual channels and new customers in need of Kratos’ sophisticated technology and products.

The anti-tampering solution is expected to help protect critical program information from hackers. The contractor is expected to carry out work in the continental U.S. and complete the effort by Feb. 28, 2030, Kratos said.

The defense contractor has been involved in various government projects in recent months. In November, the U.S. Space Force exercised an eight-year, $579 million option to have Kratos continue its military satellite communication support services.

In January, it secured a spot to compete for the U.S. Space Systems Command’s Sounding Rocket Program-4 contract, in which the winning bidder will provide suborbital launch and launch support services.

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