IDIQ contract to develop systems and related platforms for Warfighter, while delivering highly reliable software

Denver, August 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — travel space Voyager, the world’s leading aerospace company, received an award 900,000,000 dollars Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract ceiling by the Air Force Lifecycle Management Center’s Directorate of Engineering and Integration (AFLCMC/XA) to produce cost-effective warfare capabilities. This award is presented by Valley Tech Systems, Inc., part of the Voyager Space Defense division.

The mission of AFLCMC/XA is to develop innovative approaches that provide multi-domain systems capabilities, characterization of new technologies and systems through studies, iterative demonstrations and rapid development to enable rapid prototyping, testing and transfer of capabilities to produce a cost effective warfare capability. Through the contract, Voyager’s defense sector will contribute to a broad range of activities, including modeling, simulation, analysis, capability development/development planning, cost analysis/transactions, technical risk mitigation/test engineering, standards, architecture development, processing, and software development. Development and development of advanced synthetic/virtual simulation environments for operational testing and training.

“We are proud to have been selected by AFLCMC/XA to develop innovative open architecture ISR systems using new and existing technologies,” he said. Mike O’Brien, Chief of Defense Systems, Voyager Space. “We look forward to working with AFLCMC/XA and the broader defense community to solve challenging problems and protect our national security interests in a world of increasingly sophisticated adversaries.”

Future work under this contract will be completed through a fair opportunity process. Air Force Life Cycle Management (AFLCMC), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohiois the contracting activity that supports the AFLCMC/XA Support Directorate.

“This award marks a huge milestone for Voyager,” he said. Frank Morgan, Chief Operating Officer, Voyager Space. “IDIQ reinforces the importance of our growing solutions in support of the USAF. We are pleased to continue our contributions from concept development, through design, development, implementation, fielding and support.”

Valley Tech Systems has been acquired by Voyager Space October 2021.

About space Voyager
Space Voyager is dedicated to building a better future for humanity in space and on Earth. With more than 35 years of spaceflight heritage and more than 2,000 successful missions, Voyager is powering the commercial space revolution. Voyager provides exploration, technology, and defense solutions to a global customer base that includes civil and national security agencies, commercial corporations, academic and research institutions, and more.

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