On February 20, Centreville, VA-based Parsons Corporation announced that it has secured a seat on a $900 million multiple-award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to support the Air Force’s mission of capability, planning, systems, and synthetic environment modeling and simulation analysis. The multiple-award contract has a five-year period of performance, with two option periods extending through November 2032, and marks new work for Parsons.
“As near-peer threats continue to evolve, it’s imperative that our forces are equipped to respond to increasingly complex adversary tactics across the air and space domains,” said Paul Decker, president, defense and intelligence for Parsons. “Parsons brings a distinct portfolio of agile systems-of-systems engineering, software development, and advanced weapon system modeling and simulation capabilities that are combat-proven and ready to support the Air Force in its ongoing mission to develop and sustain the nation’s elite fighting force of the future.”
Task orders available to Parsons through this contract vehicle will support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architectures and Integration Directorate to develop and enable modeling, simulation and analysis; capability development and development planning; cost analysis and trades; technical risk reduction and test engineering; standards and architecture development and curation; software development and curation; and, development of advanced synthetic simulator environments for operational test and training.