Professional services and technology firm KBR has secured a $63.9 million Department of Defense (DoD) task order to develop interoperability solutions resulting in expanded military testing and training capabilities.
KBR’s scope of work on the DoD’s Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) would focus on developing hardware and software solutions addressing the military’s test and evaluation needs, aiding range interoperability and effective reuse of resources while reducing development, operation and maintenance costs for test ranges.
The initiative is also expected to enhance the partnership between the Test and Training Enabling Architecture Software Development Activity (TENA-SDA) and Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC).
“KBR is proud of our nearly two decades of TENA support, promoting range interoperability and flexibility for the U.S. military,” Byron Bright, KBR president of Government Solutions U.S., said. “KBR will continue to use its expertise to develop innovative solutions to fortify and grow the DoD’s T&E capabilities.”
The task order awarded KBR is via the cost-plus-fixed / firm-fixed fee One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract, which KBR won a seat on in 2014. The one-year task order possesses four option periods.
KBR employs approximately 37,000 worldwide, with customers in more than 80 countries and operations in 40 countries.