Qualis Corporation Teams on $256M Contract to Support MDA’s ARC Cybersecurity and Testing


Qualis Corporation Teams on $256M Contract to Support MDA’s ARC Cybersecurity and Testing


HUNTSVILLE, AL (June 21, 2019) –Qualis Corporation, a lead integrator of technology and engineering services to NASA and the Department of Defense, will be an integral teaming partner supporting the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA) Advanced Research Center (ARC).

DTechLogic LLC., a Huntsville-based joint venture between Davidson Technologies Inc. and nLogic, LLC was awarded the MDA ARC prime contract, estimated at $256 million, and will provide infrastructure and cybersecurity engineering. Qualis will support the five-year contract which is a follow-on requirement for the MDA Ballistic Missile Defense System hardware-in-the-loop flight testing and ground testing activities that include a continuous integration/continuous agile testing (CI/CAT) environment.

“We knew from the beginning that this team was loaded with talent and had an excellent technical solution. Seeing the way these companies and individuals worked so well together on a common mission that we are all so passionate about, we knew we had the winning team.  We are very excited about performing on the MDA DTechLogic ARC contract.” said Rod Duke, Qualis Corporation President.

The work will be performed in Huntsville, Alabama with performance scheduled to begin in June of 2019 through June of 2024.

For more information, contact the Business Development Department at (256) 971-1707 or visit

About Qualis Corporation

Qualis Corporation is a Woman-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with a 25-year history as a trusted Air Force, Army, Joint Department of Defense, MDA, NASA, and Navy partner. Qualis employees provide award-winning support to complex technical and engineering efforts, helping ensure critical programs, products, and systems are acquired, tested, and fully operational when fielded. Our qualifications are deeply rooted in the entire acquisition life cycle for highly complex ACAT I-III, Urgent Operational Needs, and Joint Urgent Operational Needs systems and components in support of the Warfighter, Homeland Defense, and Human Spaceflight.