MacAulay-Brown, Inc., awarded $18.5 million contract with USAF

MacAulay-Brown, Inc., said on Monday it was awarded a three-year, $18.5 million contract by the United States Air Force Life Cycle Management Center to improve the USAF's Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance technology.

MacB will provide research, analysis, development, prototyping and experimentation support for future USAF systems and Joint C4ISR operations.

The company also will work with AFLCMC to increase Command and Control requirements in integrated air and missile defense, agile combat support, air-sea battle, dynamic aerial networks, non-traditional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, airspace management and next generation fighter interoperability.

"The Emerging Joint C4ISR Technology program supports the AFLCMC's mission to acquire and support war-winning capabilities," Fred Norman, the senior vice president and general manager of MacB's Mission Systems Group, said. "MacB has been instrumental in providing C2ISR development and sustainment support to the Special Operations Forces, Intelligence, Homeland Security and Defense communities. We look forward to extending that support to AFLCMC to increase the nation's [Command and Control] and [Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance] capabilities."

MacB has offices in Dayton, Ohio, and Vienna, Va. It works to resolve complex national security challenges by providing products to defense, intelligence community, homeland security and other federal agencies.