Local defense contractor wins part of $11 billion Coast Guard contract

A major defense contractor with its corporate headquarters in the Dayton region has captured a part of an $11 billion Coast Guard contract to provide technical, acquisition and business support services to the sea service.

MacAulay-Brown, Inc. was among 12 companies chosen for the program management, engineering and technology portion of the award, according to Washington Technology. The company has about 600 employees in Dayton among 2,000 nationwide, according to company spokesman Andrew Miller.

The company declined to provide additional comment about the contract.

The award is among the latest for the defense and national security firm. In September, MacAulay-Brown announced a six-year, $24 million Air Force Research Laboratory contract to conduct electro optical threat warning research. AFRL has five directorates at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

Other companies selected for the Coast Guard contract included the Allied Technology Group, Booz Allen Hamilton, CAGI International, CGI Federal, Computer Sciences Corp., Enterprise Information Services, Gryphon Technologies, ICF International, Jacobs Technology, SRA International and URS Federal Services Inc., according to Washington Technology.

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