Charleston firm renews defense contract

Staff Report
Published Nov. 15, 2012

An affiliate with the SCRA has signed a five-year renewal of its agreement with the National Warheads and Energetics Consortium to be its management firm, the SCRA announced.

Charleston-based ATI will help the consortium plan and execute several projects and $500 million in ordnance technology development and prototype demonstration. The agreement extends the prior seven-year, $700 million agreement.

The consortium is an industrial and academic component of the Department of Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium, which researches and invests in ordnance technology.

“We are delighted to continue providing our consortium management expertise to help deliver innovative solutions to solve Department of Defense needs,” said Bill Mahoney, CEO of SCRA. “This work builds upon our proven domain expertise, client satisfaction and outstanding delivery records, and we look forward to continued success that ultimately helps the warfighter.”

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