Army grants test and evaluation contract to Jacobs Engineering Group
DALLAS. Jacobs Engineering Group has been granted the contract to support the United States Army Electronic Proving Ground Scientific and Engineering Support Services, which provides test and evaluation assistance for the Army and other Department of Defense (DoD) agencies. If all options are exercised, the Jacobs Engineering-Army contract will be worth excess of $130 million over five years.
Jacobs is contracted to provide a variety of distributed network systems testing in the areas of cybersecurity, enterprise system testing, electromagnetic environmental effects, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, information assurance, logistics, safety and security. The contract also calls for Jacobs to support developmental and operational intelligence, electronic warfare, software, cyber, and biometric testing.
Work will primarily be performed at Fort Huachuca in southeast Arizona, with additional work to be done at Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Aberdeen Proving Ground, and White Sands Missile Range.