Under the task order, the company will offer development, engineering, testing and analysis services for the US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Missiles and Space, Tactical Aviation and Ground Munitions Project Office, and Strategic and Operational Rockets and Missiles (STORM) Project Office.
KBR will conduct the related works at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. The company has worked with PEO Missiles and Space for more than 20 years.
The DoD IAC MAC task orders were awarded by the USAF 774th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron to support the improvement of Defense Technical Information Center repository and the Research and Development and Science and Technology (S&T) communities.
KBR Government Solutions president Byron Bright said: “KBR is proud to continue to work with the Army to fulfil the strategic and operational requirements for our soldiers and allies.
“We have supported PEO Missiles and Space through many mission challenges and look forward to maintaining that relationship.”
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, KBR focuses on providing technology and engineering solutions.
The company is said to have supported the US Army air and missile defence systems for more than 35 years.
Last year, KBR demonstrated the capabilities of the Directed Energy Manoeuvre-Short Range Air Defense (DE M-SHORAD).
The capabilities of the weapons system were exhibited during Combat Shoot-Off (CSO) at Fort Sill in Oklahoma.