Parsons aims to help the Missile Defense Agency implement and transition all three elements of the Ballistic Missile Defense System into U.S. military organizations as part of a five-year, $60 million contract the company won in late March.
“This contract is a natural extension of the work we have been performing for the MDA for decades,” Biff Lyons, executive vice president and manager of Parsons’ defense and security division, said Tuesday.
The company will provide technical, engineering, advisory and management services to MDA’s warfighter strategic integration directorate as well as support Aegis BMD, ground-based midcourse defense and sensor technologies that comprise the BMDS.
Parsons said it has supported MDA’s efforts to integrate defense weapon architectures and network-centric platforms over the past 30 years.
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