The United States Navy’s endeavors with Advanced Hypersonic Technologies will be supported by Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA), under a new subcontract from Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC). The task order is through the Global Deterrence and Defense Department, also known as Code GX, at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in Crane, Indiana.
SPA has been providing support for Advanced Hypersonic Technology and will continue under this contract in the areas of program management support, budget support, system safety, risk management, scheduling, system and subsystem test and evaluation, and system integration of the weapon system onto operational platforms.
When fully fielded, Advanced Hypersonic Technology will enable U.S. warfighters with the advanced systems needed to meet critical mission objectives.
SPA is teamed with SAIC, as the prime, on this $63.5 million, 5-year contract. SPA has been supporting Advanced Hypersonic Technologies with SAIC since 2016.