HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LinQuest Corporation, a leader in space systems technology and electronic warfare solutions for U.S. defense and intelligence communities, has won prime positions on the General Services Administration (GSA) multiple-award ASTRO indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for Department of Defense (DoD) clients. With a broad scope of DoD applications, a ten-year ordering period, and no ceiling value, ASTRO has a potential value in the multiple billions.

This new contract is administered through GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) and focuses on providing technology, products, solutions, and capabilities to the DoD across land, sea, air, and space. LinQuest was selected for all six pools for which it competed, spanning a broad range of engineering technologies and services: Data Operations, Missions Operations, Space, Development and Systems Integration, Research, and Support.

“Winning all six of these competitive ASTRO pools is a testament to LinQuest’s exceptional performance as a prime contractor on large, critical DoD programs,” said Dr. Ellen Wesel, Business Development Director at LinQuest and ASTRO Program Manager. “LinQuest’s proven solutions in digital engineering, data analytics, communications superiority, and space systems and operations will support our military across all domains.”

“We are pleased with the trust FEDSIM is placing in us as bidders on major defense engineering and integration programs,” said LinQuest President and CEO, Tim Dills. “ASTRO highlights our strong position for expanded data and mission operations, continued research and development, and substantial systems integration and support. We look forward to serving our DoD customers in rapidly growing high-priority mission areas through the ASTRO contracting vehicle.”

About LinQuest Corporation

LinQuest is a national security space leader that enables defense and intelligence missions through advanced digital solutions and the development, integration, and operation of mission-critical systems. With a legacy that spans 47 years, LinQuest’s 1,500-plus team members work side-by-side with their customers to solve their most complex technical challenges, drive innovation, and deliver fielded solutions for national security missions. More information can be found on the company’s website at www.linquest.com.


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