DARPA tactical work lands with SRS Tech

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded a five-year, $123.7 million contract to SRS Technologies to deliver scientific, engineering and technical assistance and administrative support services.

The Newport Beach, Calif., company will help DARPA's Tactical Technology Office develop advanced aeronautical, space and land systems, subsystems and technology.

The company has provided engineering, scientific, management and administrative services to DARPA for three decades.

SRS Technologies is a privately owned company offering systems engineering and integration, and IT services and products to the federal government and commercial clients. Among the company's other government clients are the Defense Intelligence Agency, Homeland Security Department and NASA.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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