Braxton Technologies of Colorado Springs announces that it has signed a 5 year agreement with 309th Software Maintenance Group from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, which includes 1 base year and four option years to provide Launch and Early Orbit, Anomaly Resolution and Disposal Operations Telemetry, Tracking & Commanding and Simulation Software Sustainment Advisory and Assistance Services.
The awarded value of this effort is approximately three million dollars excluding all unexercised options. The total approximate value if all Options are exercised is 14.6 million dollars. This effort is a continuation of support Braxton has previously provided to the Air Force through several prime contractors since 2001. The primary tasks performed under this effort include support for new launch of the current GPS family of satellites, as well as anomaly resolution for the constellation in general and disposal operations for satellites that have reached the end of their useful life. Ken O’Neil, Braxton’s President and Chief Operating Officer, noted upon signing the agreement that “we are looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship with our newest customer at the 309th, and we feel blessed to provide a service to our nation supporting billions of people worldwide each and every day.”