Engility wins $42 million task order from USAF for risk, readiness assessments

CHANTILLY, Va. Engility has won a $42 million task order from the U.S. Air Force to advise and assist the Space and Missile Systems Engineering Directorate – located at the Los Angeles Air Force Base -- to ensure that its space and launch vehicles are mission-ready.

The contract calls for Engility engineers to provide technical analysis and risk assessment in the areas of reviewing and verifying space systems, ground systems, and launch systems, which will cover software, , electrical, propulsion, structure, and mechanical systems. The Engility team will help the Air Force ensure that its launch systems are built properly and will perform reliably over the entire mission lifespan.

Engility will also conduct independent readiness reviews to aid the Air Force with technical analysis and risk assessment.

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