Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential $1 million single-award cost-plus fixed-fee contract from the U.S. Army to provide solar-powered modular shelters for deployed soldiers.
The two-phase contract with the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research and Development Engineering Center has a six-month base period of performance, a one-year option, and a $1 million total contract value if all options are exercised, the Military and Aerospace Electronics website reported Thursday.
Skyler Frink writes that SAIC will be required to design the concept as well as develop and fabricate the Self-Sustaining Living Modules, also known as the SLiM research project set to explore applications of habitation technologies.
Phase I will:
Phase II will:
The SLiM shelters will provide basic living amenities for small contingency bases, featuring an integrated energy and water management subsystems, as well as solar energy collection.