The Air Force has awarded up to a $20 million contract to a Dayton-based Edaptive Computing Inc. to analyze acquisition, logistics and sustainment at a Wright-Patterson office, according to the Department of Defense.
Under the recent contract, Edaptive Computing will perform the work at the Large Aircraft Countermeasures Program Office inside the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Wright-Patterson, according to the Defense Department.
The work activities is likely to be done by July 2019.
The Defense Department states that the company will get a first payment of $496,000 this fiscal year and $2.6 million incrementally.
At the same time, the Army Corps of Engineers awarded an $89.5 million contract to defense contractor SAIC for technical support of high performance computers in seven areas throughout the nation, including Wright-Patterson.
McLean, Va.-based SAIC has an office in Beavercreek. The contract is in effect up till July 2019.
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