The company won a $10,741,204 Air Force contract to run the equipment, based at Camp Parks Communication Annex.
Operations and maintenance work will support performance of Wideband Global SATCOM satellites in orbit, payload features and on-orbit ancillary tests.
Work under the firm-fixed-price/cost-plus-fixed-fee contract will occur in Bethesda, Md. and the Pentagon expects work to finish by Nov. 30.
The Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base is the contracting activity.
In April, the Air Force accepted control of a Boeing-built satellite for the Wideband Global constellation after several on-orbit tests.