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DroneShield Tapped to Deliver Equipment, Services to Government Customer

DroneShield Tapped to Deliver Equipment, Services to Government Customer - top government contractors - best government contracting event

DroneShield, a developer of hardware and software technology for drone detection and security, will provide a U.S. government agency with equipment and multiyear services under a $33 million order.

Matt McCrann, CEO of DroneShield, said in a statement published Saturday that the award underscores the customer’s trust and the company’s commitment to support its missions.

“We’re proud of our team’s efforts, the increasing value we’ve delivered to our customers worldwide, and are excited about continuing to support and grow the business as we look towards 2024 and beyond,” he added.

The order’s full payment is expected to be made before the end of the year. It comes after DroneShield secured a $9.9 million order in support of a Five Eyes community customers earlier in July.

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Written by Christine Thropp

oversees day-to-day content production for ExecutiveBiz, a publication under Executive Mosaic's media group covering government contracting industry news. She also writes about executive movements and commentaries, M&A activities, contract awards and technology and service offerings of medium-sized businesses and other GovCon companies. Prior to assuming her current responsibilities with EBiz, Thropp produced daily competitive intelligence briefings for the company's GovCon customers.

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