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SEA awarded Soldier System Research and Development contract

Posted 30 January 2018 · Add Comment

SEA (Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd) has been contracted by a UK government agency to lead a team in the area of Soldier System Research and Development.



The contract has an initial value of £700,000 for 2018 but is likely to continue until 2021, with a potential total value in excess of £3 million.
 
Under the contract, SEA will lead a team of specialist companies to develop a weapon system that combines novel and emerging small arms technologies to produce an integrated system that will deliver greater efficacy for the individual soldier on the battlefield. 
 
Andy Thomis, Chief Executive of Cohort, said: “This contract recognises our position at the forefront of Soldier System Research and Development and our capability as a prime contractor.  This contract award, together with other recent wins, enhances the visibility of future Group revenue.”

 

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