The contract is for “tradespace evaluation help” for the House Acquisition Administration Directorate, at Peterson Air Power Base, Colorado.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House Power awarded LinQuest Corp. a $500 million contract for evaluation work over 5 years. The contract was awarded Jan. four however the Protection Division introduced it March 5.
The $500 million contract is for work beforehand achieved by The Perduco Group, primarily based in Beavercreek, Ohio, beneath a Small Enterprise Innovation Analysis Section three contract. The Perduco Group, a supplier of knowledge analytics, modeling and simulation companies for navy and intelligence companies, was acquired by LinQuest in November 2019.
Based on the DoD announcement, the $500 million contract is for “tradespace evaluation help” for the House Acquisition Administration Directorate, at Peterson Air Power Base, Colorado.
The corporate will fill “important evaluation gaps in acquisitions and enhance the rigor of House Power and Air Power, Military, Navy, and different Division of Protection entities in resourcing choices in direction of them,” mentioned DoD.
LinQuest final month acquired a $200 million contract for advisory and help companies for the House Power’s House Operations Command headquarters at Peterson Air Power Base.