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Cubic Gets Slice of up to $496M U.S. Air Force contract

San Diego-based Cubic Corp. is among nine businesses chosen to divide up to $496 million worth of work under a U.S. Air Force contract awarded Jan. 9.

According to a Pentagon contract announcement, the nine businesses will support tactical platforms and time-sensitive applications for the DataLinks Enterprise community.

The businesses “will provide flexibility to accommodate command and control data and myriad types of signals intelligence, geospatial intelligence and full-motion video data and information capture,” the announcement said.

It was not clear how the funds will be split, or whether the government will award $496 million worth of work. Cubic and the other businesses will now await delivery orders. The location of performance and expected completion date will vary by delivery order.

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The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, awarded the contract.

Ten businesses bid for a piece of the work. Cubic was the only San Diego recipient.

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