Altagrove, a leading provider of mission optimization solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD) customers, is thrilled to announce its selection as a Prime contractor for the US Air Force Test and Evaluation Technologies for Ranges, Armaments, and Spectrum (TETRAS) II contract. TETRAS II, a multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, serves as a vital enabler for enhancing C5ISR, munitions, and electronic combat platforms. As a valued partner to the US Air Force's 96th Range Group and other DoD clients, Altagrove will dedicate its multi-domain expertise and resources to delivering comprehensive research, development, and test services for weapon systems, subsystems, and components. The scope of this $1 billion contract centers around the Air Force Test Center, headquartered at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida over the next 5 years.
Recognized as a rapid response contract, TETRAS II serves as a critical instrument in addressing evolving test landscape dynamics and facilitating future test programs. Speaking about the contract win, Andy Beegan, President of Altagrove, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "We are excited to lend our unwavering support to the 96th Range Group and other DoD clients through this contract vehicle. With our team's wealth of experience and dedicated personnel, we are fully prepared to deliver prompt, high-value support and achieve trusted outcomes."
About Altagrove, LLC: Established in 2015, Altagrove is a distinguished small business known for its unwavering commitment to driving mission optimization for the DoD customers. With expertise in Research & Development, Space, Cloud, Analytics, Connectivity, and Cyber, Altagrove designs, builds, integrates, and manages multi-domain technology solutions. The company's disciplined engineering approach and outcome-driven innovation empowers delivery of differentiated technology solutions for Mission-critical environments. Altagrove continues to build on a successful track record of collaboration with a wide variety of Mission partners, including the US Army, Air Force, Navy, and SOCOM, and the company continues to shape the future of defense capabilities through its dedicated efforts.
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