LinQuest wins $200 million contract for Space Operations Command support services

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The contract is for work performed at U.S. Space Command headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, between now and February 2030. 

WASHINGTON — U.S. Space Command awarded LinQuest Corp. a $200 million contract for advisory and support services, the Defense Department announced Feb. 16.

The contract is for work performed at U.S. Space Command headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, between now and February 2030. 

The $200 million award follows previous contracts the company received from U.S. Space Command for support services. LinQuest in 2019 received a $9.2 million contract to help with the standup of the command and a $14 million follow-on contract in 2020. The company provides full-time support staff and advisors to the command.

Based in Los Angeles, LinQuest is a longtime support contractor of the Space Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center and other defense organizations.

The company in October acquired The Perduco Group, a provider of data analytics, modeling and simulation services for military and intelligence agencies.

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