Braxton Technologies announced today that they have signed a 5 year, 4.5 million dollar subcontract with Kratos Defense & Security Solutions for work on the Consolidated (CCS-C) Sustainment and Production Contract (CPASC). The CPASC contract enables a unified Command and Control (C2) capability for the 50th Space Wing’s complete family of MILSATCOM satellite programs. By employing standards-based systems and an open architecture approach, the 50th Space Wing efficiently and cost-effectively supports legacy and emerging satellite platforms and programs. Braxton Technologies will provide simulation and human machine interface software sustainment services as well as reliability, maintainability and availability systems engineering and Technical Documentation Services. Ken O’Neil Braxton’s president and chief operation officer noted that “The CPASC Contract is an excellent addition to our portfolio as we now support the four major mission groups at Schriever Air Force Base including MILSATCOM, GPS, DMSP and the NRO. We are also looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship with our newest mission partners at Kratos Defense.” Braxton will add 5 new local jobs for the effort slated to begin 1 February.