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Voyager Space Wins Air Force Contract

By Rachel Jewett | August 28, 2023

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      The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) awarded Voyager Space an  indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with a $900 million ceiling to develop innovative open architecture intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems. The contract was awarded by the AFLCMC’s Architecture and Integration Directorate, and awarded to Voyager company Valley Tech Systems  

      The directorate’s mission is to provide innovative solutions to build the acquisition foundation for integrated, multi-domain war-winning capabilities.

      Valley Tech Systems will contribute to modeling, simulation and analysis, capability development/development planning, cost analysis/trades, technical risk reduction/test engineering, standards and architecture development and curation, software development and curation, and advanced synthetic/virtual simulator environments development for operational test and training.

      Voyager Space acquired Valley Tech Systems in October 2021. Valley Tech Systems is an engineering company that works on controllable solid propulsion and open architecture airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) technologies. 

      “This award marks a major milestone for Voyager,” said Frank Morgan, COO of Voyager Space. “The IDIQ reinforces the importance of growing solutions we deliver in support of the US Air Force. We are thrilled to continue our contributions from concept development, through design, development, implementation, fielding, and support.”