KBR to Support Enhancement of PATRIOT Missile System with $207M Contract
KBR to support modeling and simulation, as well as test efforts to analyze overall performance and develop recommendations to enhance the capabilities of PATRIOT system.
HOUSTON – (February 14, 2022) – KBR (NYSE: KBR) was awarded a $207 million Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (IAC MAC) task order to conduct multi-disciplined analyses and develop recommendations to enhance the capabilities of the Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target (PATRIOT) missile system for PEO Missiles & Space, PM Integrated Fires Mission Command (IFMC). KBR was awarded this contract under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s (DoD IAC) multiple-award contract (MAC) vehicle. These DoD IAC MAC task orders (TOs) are awarded by the U.S. Air Force's 774th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron to develop and create new knowledge for the enhancement of the DTIC repository and the R&D and S&T community.
“KBR has provided uninterrupted systems engineering support to the PATRIOT missile system for decades,” said Byron Bright, KBR Government Solutions President. “We’re proud to continue that support and to further our shared goal of protecting U.S. forces and allies through enhancing the capabilities of the PATRIOT missile system.”
PATRIOT is a critical component of our nation’s air and missile defense. PATRIOT protects ground forces and high-value assets by countering a variety of enemy short- and medium-range tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and unmanned air vehicles (UAV).
Under the scope of this task order, KBR will support modeling and simulation efforts for surveillance, guidance, fire control, engagement decision logic, interceptor flyout, seeker, and warhead performance to analyze overall system performance effectively and efficiently. KBR will perform extensive and complex analyses; studies; performance runs; M&S; actual live fire, search, track, and flight test missions; hardware-in-the-loop testing; and development and test activities to validate and verify full ground and missile system performance.
The work for this five-year contract will be primarily performed at Redstone Arsenal Government facilities and KBR offices in Huntsville, Alabama.
KBR delivers mission critical, trusted services that help the U.S. maintain its unique and indispensable battlespace advantage. For more than four decades, KBR has continuously provided mission-critical technical and engineering services for the PATRIOT missile system. In addition, KBR supports several other related military critical air and missile defense systems, including the Cruise Missile Defense System (CMDS), Counter-Rockets, Artillery, and Mortar System (C-RAM), and Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System (THAAD).
About DoD IAC Program
The DoD IAC, sponsored by Defense Technical Information Center, provides technical data management and research support for DoD and federal government users. Established in 1946, the IAC program serves the DoD science and technology (S&T) and acquisition communities to drive innovation and technological developments by enhancing collaboration through integrated scientific and technical information development and dissemination for the DoD and broader S&T community.
We deliver science, technology and engineering solutions to governments and companies around the world. KBR employs approximately 29,000 people worldwide with customers in more than 80 countries and operations in 40 countries.
KBR is proud to work with its customers across the globe to provide technology, value-added services, and long- term operations and maintenance services to ensure consistent delivery with predictable results. At KBR, We Deliver.
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Disclaimer. “This material is based upon work supported by the DoD Information Analysis Center Program (DoD IAC), sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) under Contract No. FA8075-18-D-0015.”
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