QinetiQ selected by US DoD for EMD phase of US Army’s Common Robotic System program

QinetiQ Group plc recently announced that its US business, QinetiQ North America, has been selected as one of two suppliers for the engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of the US Department of Defense’s Common Robotic System (Individual) (CRS-I) program.

QinetiQ will share in a $429,082,857 hybrid contract for two indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts that will have an engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of approximately 10 months, during which the contractors will each deliver two run-off test assets that the government will test and evaluate.

Additionally during the EMD period, the contractors will deliver seven Common Robotic System (individual) systems and eight production representative systems to support government testing and activities, and will provide support for system interoperability profile instantiation conformance test, early security control assessment and penetration assessment (cyber) tests. Once EMD is complete, the government will evaluate the results of the run-off test along with revised price proposals to determine which contractor will be awarded the low-rate initial production phase and convert its multiple award contract to a single award.

QinetiQ Group plc recently announced that its US business, QinetiQ North America, has been selected as one of two suppliers for the engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of the US Department of Defense’s Common Robotic System (Individual) (CRS-I) program.

QinetiQ will share in a $429,082,857 hybrid contract for two indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts that will have an engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of approximately 10 months, during which the contractors will each deliver two run-off test assets that the government will test and evaluate.

Additionally during the EMD period, the contractors will deliver seven Common Robotic System (individual) systems and eight production representative systems to support government testing and activities, and will provide support for system interoperability profile instantiation conformance test, early security control assessment and penetration assessment (cyber) tests. Once EMD is complete, the government will evaluate the results of the run-off test along with revised price proposals to determine which contractor will be awarded the low-rate initial production phase and convert its multiple award contract to a single award.

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