New ABMS contract gives 28 companies up to $950 million each to enable JADC2

By Sara Sirota / June 4, 2020 at 10:40 AM
The Air Force's Advanced Battle Management System program has selected 28 initial companies to participate in a new indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracting vehicle to deliver technologies that enable joint all-domain command and control. Each provider is guaranteed a minimum of $1,000 and is eligible to receive up to $950 million, Air Force spokesman Capt. Clay Lancaster told Inside Defense in an email Wednesday. It's unclear how many awards are likely to reach the ceiling amount and how much money the...

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