Raytheon’s technical services company has won a prime position on a potential $33 million blanket purchase agreement to provide mission readiness support services to U.S. Pacific Command.
The company said the General Services Administration’s Schedule BPA Agreement has one base year and four one-year options.
Bob Williams, vice president of warfighter support services, said the company provides training and related support services to the Army for the branch’s Warfighter FOCUS program.
Awardees on the multiple-award agreement will provide analytical and technical writing support, logistics and sustainment support, military exercise facilitation services and program and project management.
The Waltham, Mass.-based contractor is also developing jamming technology for both the Navy and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
DARPA intends to use the technology for sea, ground and unmanned aerial vehicles.