Military Embedded Systems

Jacobs wins $75.8 million contract for delivery of USAF Patriot Excalibur software and systems


March 28, 2019

Lisa Daigle

Assistant Managing Editor

Military Embedded Systems

DALLAS. Technical professional-services firm Jacobs has won the Patriot Excalibur (PEX) contract from the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. The $75.8 million, five-year contract calls for Jacobs to deliver a unit-level software toolset that enables Air Force, Joint Service, and foreign military unit personnel to conduct accurate and real-time operational tasks and track readiness status, connecting functional areas within a unit.

PEX supports both flying and nonflying ground intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, along with special mission units and Air Force major commands integrated across multidomain operations.

Work under the terms of the contract will be performed at more than 30 Air Force locations. Jacobs will continue to maintain the PEX software, deliver systems-engineering services, and support training and field implementations for the length of the contract.


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