Colorado Springs software developer lands $100M contract

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs-based technology company has secured a $100 million contract from the Air Force Space Command.

The Gazette reports that Braxton Technologies won the five-year contract to develop software for controlling satellites and ground stations. The contract is the largest ever received by Braxton.

Braxton employs 100 workers, with plans to hire 10 more. Another five will be hired by Braxton subcontractors.

Braxton was launched in California in 1994 but moved to Colorado Springs in 2008.

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs-based technology company has secured a $100 million contract from the Air Force Space Command.

The Gazette reports that Braxton Technologies won the five-year contract to develop software for controlling satellites and ground stations. The contract is the largest ever received by Braxton.

Braxton employs 100 workers, with plans to hire 10 more. Another five will be hired by Braxton subcontractors.

Braxton was launched in California in 1994 but moved to Colorado Springs in 2008.