Davidson Technologies Inc. and nLogic Joint Venture Awarded Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Advanced Research Center (ARC) Contract
July 08, 2019
Davidson Technologies Inc. and nLogic Joint Venture Awarded Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Advanced Research Center (ARC) ContractDTechLogic was awarded the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Advanced Research Center (ARC) contract.
DTechLogic is a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) joint venture between Davidson Technologies Inc. and nLogic.
Our teammates include Leidos, ASRC Federal, Qualis, H2L Solutions, and TCS.
The team will provide the infrastructure and cybersecurity engineering necessary to support Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL) and related Ground Testing in a Continuous Integration/Continuous Agile Testing (CI/CAT) environment.
The ARC award is a competitive cost-plus-award-fee, cost-plus-fixed-fee, and cost reimbursable contract.
The contract has a performance period with a five-year base and three one-year options.
The total value of this contract is $255,909,986.
The work will be performed in Huntsville, Alabama.
Dr. Dorothy Davidson, CEO Davidson Technologies Inc. stated “that having won the MDA ARC prime contract, we at Davidson, in partnership with nLogic, will put forth our proud and best effort to fulfill the objectives of the contract in a timely and concise manner.”
Davidson President, Dr. Joe Green stated “we are thrilled and excited to get started supporting the Missile Defense Agency as the ARC Prime. Our partnership with nLogic was key to this win as we share similar passion, culture, history, technical excellence, and work ethic. “
nLogic CEO, Tim Thornton, stated “we are pleased to have formed a true partnership with Davidson Technologies Inc..” Tim worked for Davidson Technologies Inc. for 6 years under the mentorship of Dr. Julian Davidson and Dr. Dorothy Davidson before starting nLogic. Thornton said “Davidson awarded us our first contract when we started the company and this is a special win for nLogic.”
Katie Bosarge, Public Relations