DHS to deploy new capabilities to counter unmanned threats – MeriTalk


The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded Amentum a five-year contract worth up to $260 million to produce and deploy prototypes that target emerging and unconstrained air, land, sea, space, and cyber threats. crew for the agency.

Specifically, under this contract, Amentum will perform complex research, development, test and evaluation services to facilitate the rapid technology development and transition of unmanned systems threat countering systems and technologies to improve border security and protect critical infrastructure.

“To stay ahead of evolving threats, Amentum applies an agile engineering and development approach that uses state-of-the-art software tools and iterative methods. By providing innovative and fast-response solutions, Amentum will help ensure that DHS remains at the forefront of technology,” said a press release by Amentum Noted.

Amentum was awarded this contract as part of the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center multiple contract contract.

“Amentum is ready to partner with the Department of Homeland Security and provide its unmanned systems expertise to help develop solutions that protect our national security,” said Jill Bruning, president of the IS4 business unit of Amentum. ‘Amentum, in the press release.


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