SAIC Receives $444M Contract to Provide System Modernization
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Mar 12, 2024

SAIC Receives $444M Contract to Provide System Modernization for Space Launch Ranges

  • Company will enable a faster and more dependable spaceport launch schedule

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has been awarded a $444 million contract to support Digital Transformation, Acquisition, Modernization and Modification (DTAMM) for the U.S. Space Force's Space Systems Command and Space Launch Deltas (SLDs) 30 and 45.

"SAIC's continued partnership with the Space Force is a symbol of our commitment to further space exploration, resilience and crew safety in space ranges in Florida, California and across the United States," said David Ray, executive vice president, Space and Intelligence Business Group at SAIC. "As space efforts advance, we understand the growing significance of efficient spaceports and look forward to further supporting the modernization work alongside our industry-leading partners."

SAIC will support the modernization of the space launch range instrumentation. The efforts will support an accelerated national launch cadence across the Eastern Range (ER) and Western Range (WR) including Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and Patrick Space Force Base in Fla. and Vandenberg Space Force Base in Calif. Experts from SAIC and partners will collaborate to modernize antiquated instrumentation and processes to enable a faster and more integrated launch environment.

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SAIC remains at the forefront of national priorities to explore, secure and influence space by leveraging industry expertise and legacy in this domain. In addition to DTAMM, SAIC's work facilitates future unmanned spacecraft, earth science data-collecting satellites, space-ground systems for military joint all-domain command and control and more.