Radiance Technologies, Inc. (Radiance) has been awarded a prime position on the Test and Evaluation Technologies for Ranges, Armaments, and Spectrum (TETRAS) multiple award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract by the United States Air Force (USAF). The TETRAS contract has a ceiling value of $998M and a base period of performance of five years with a single five-year option period.

Under terms of the TETRAS contract, Radiance will provide the 96th Range Group at Eglin Air Force Base the capability to meet the need to rapidly develop and modify test and evaluation systems and facilities for the Department of Defense’s range community. This contract provides the ability to respond quickly to customer test requirements and allows for the implementation of improvements and upgrades of test capabilities to support developmental and operational testing of C4ISR, munitions, and electronic combat systems and next generation operational environments. Radiance will provide a wide variety of engineering, test, and manufacturing expertise and experience to support test community requirements for analysis, test support, design, and delivery of qualified hardware and software systems and components.

“Radiance values our long standing service to multiple agencies with the Department of Defense, specifically our support to the Air Force,” said Tim Tinsley, Vice President of Radiance’s Integration and Prototyping business unit. “The TETRAS contract will allow us to continue to provide critical research, design, and development of technology solutions supporting vital systems on test ranges and facilities. We look forward to providing innovative technologies and valuable support to all TETRAS customers”.