Azimuth Corporation Wins $40 Million Air Force Contract

Claudia EsguerraNews

Azimuth Corporation of Beavercreek, Ohio has been awarded a $40-million-ceiling contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The Technical Operations VI (TOPS) win is the result of a competitive acquisition and showcases the Azimuth team’s familiarity with mission areas at AFRL and the warfighter. The award extends Azimuth’s over 15-year relationship with AFRL customers, further strengthening Azimuth’s longstanding support of AFRL’s research efforts.

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with AFRL,” said Valerie Rossi, President and CEO of Azimuth. “Their research is paramount to national security efforts, and we are honored to be chosen to contribute. Our familiarity with AFRL focus areas has us at the ready, prepared to meet their needs efficiently and seamlessly.”

Through the contract, Azimuth will provide the AFRL with basic and applied research, as well as advanced development efforts in the core technology areas of functional materials and applications; structural materials and applications; manufacturing and industrial technologies; systems support; and new and emerging technology in materials and manufacturing. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and is expected to be completed by Aug. 26, 2030.

Azimuth Corporation is an award-winning Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) founded in 2001 with one mission – to provide unmatched service and products to our national security customers. With a steadfast devotion to our nation’s security and strong ties to the military, evidenced with a staff of over 25% military veterans, Azimuth provides an array of contract services, including research, development, and lab support; programming and policy expertise; security and threat analysis; operational, program and administrative management assistance; and database and modeling support. For more information about Azimuth’s capabilities and contributions, please visit:


For information on supporting AFRL research areas through this vehicle, please contact Samantha Kunzelman at

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