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USAF Taps Guidehouse for Support on Missile Transition Program Under Potential $12B Contract

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USAF Taps Guidehouse for Support on Missile Transition Program Under Potential $12B Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded a potential $12 billion contract to Guidehouse to provide systems engineering and integration services to support the service branch’s transition from the current land-based intercontinental ballistic missile, the Minuteman III, to its successor, the LGM-35 Sentinel

A single-award task order with an 18-year performance period, the ICBM integration support contract calls for wide-ranging services that include cybersecurity, digital engineering, nuclear surety, mission effectiveness and technical assessments. Administration, business analysis, finance, integration and program management services are also included in the contract, Guidehouse said Monday.

The McLean, Virginia-based consulting firm revealed that it has assembled a team composed of leading companies and universities for the task order. 

Scott McIntyre, Guidehouse CEO and a 2024 Wash100 Award winner, expressed the company’s pride for having been selected as the Air Force’s partner in a “vital mission” at the forefront of U.S. defense, as well as that of NATO and other global allies.

Guidehouse will perform work on the contract at Hill Air Force Base in Utah and various other locations, with the tasks expected for completion by Aug. 27, 2042.

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