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DRS’s C4ISR group shares 250M Army contract

DRS Technologies Inc., a defense contractor with facilities in Parsippany, said Monday that it is one of six companies that are sharing a $249.9 million U.S. Army engineering services contract.DRS said its C4ISR group received the contract from Army Contracting Command at the Picatinny Arsenal in Jefferson and Rockaway townships. The indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity contract covers engineering services for electronic testing, measurement and diagnosis, DRS said in a news release.

“This award shows the Army’s continued trust in and commitment to DRS test solutions,” Tim Smith, vice president and general manager of the C4ISR’s network computing and test solutions group, said in the release. “Through partnership with the Army, our teammates and the U.S. Department of Defense, we offer the highest-quality engineering services to achieve maximum equipment readiness in support of our warfighters.”

The contract covers “black box” electronic units that test military equipment to determine what circuit card repairs are needed. It also may include construction and development of testing stations and programs, DRS said.


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