06-15-2016

MDA Awards Parsons Facility and Life Cycle Management Contract

PASADENA, CA (June 15, 2016) – Parsons has been awarded the Facility Life Cycle Management Support contract by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). Under this contract, Parsons will deliver advisory and assistance support to the Facilities, Military Construction, and Environmental Management Directorate.

As the incumbent, Parsons will provide a broad range of services under this contract to ensure that ongoing projects are completed on schedule. These services may include facility and infrastructure planning and programming and real property asset management; facilities and infrastructure design, acquisition, construction, and configuration management; integration and operations functions to synchronize strategic planning, acquisition, and financial management activities; and site activation, deployment, and integration for real property buildings and infrastructure during Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) mission deployments. Among the projects that will be supported are European Phased Adaptive Approach site activation activities in Romania, construction award activities in Poland, and initial design activities for Long Range Discrimination Radar.

“Parsons recognizes the critical nature of MDA’s mission to protect the United States and its allies, and our team will continue to provide MDA with a high level of support,” stated Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons Group President.

Parsons has more than 30 years of experience supporting the U.S. Missile Defense program, with an emphasis on integrating missile defense architectures and network-centric solutions.

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