Published Oct. 2, 2012
A Charleston business received a task order worth potentially $19 million from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, the company announced Monday.
Life Cycle Engineering will provide technical solutions and support to develop and test software applications for the Air Mobility Command.
“Life Cycle Engineering is looking forward to leveraging our proven software development, integration and testing capabilities to support this agile software development task order on our operational command and control support services contract to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic,” said David Johnson, senior vice president of the company’s Applied Technology Group.
The contract comes with a one-year base period and an option for two more years of work.