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SAIC Awarded $444M Space Force Contract for Launch Range Modernization

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SAIC Awarded $444M Space Force Contract for Launch Range Modernization

Science Applications International Corp. announced that it has secured a $444 million contract for the U.S. Space Force’s Digital Transformation, Acquisition, Modernization and Modification initiative. The contract targets upgrades within Space Systems Command and Space Launch Deltas 30 and 45, SAIC said.

The contract tasks SAIC to modernize space launch range instrumentation to boost launch frequency at the Eastern and Western Ranges. The work will be performed at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Patrick Space Force Base in Florida and Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.

SAIC will collaborate with industry partners to replace outdated systems and procedures, with the aim of creating a more streamlined and efficient launch environment.

Through the project, SAIC also aims to continue its commitment to space exploration and innovation. Its work on DTAMM, alongside other initiatives, seeks to bolster the development of unmanned spacecraft, data-collecting satellites and military command and control systems.

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