KBR (NYSE: KBR) won a follow-on $58.1 million task order to provide sustainment engineering services for U.S. Air Force systems managed by the Digital Directorate's Air Traffic Control and Landings Systems (ATCALS) Sustainment Branch.
Under the task order, KBR will conduct research and analysis on reliability, obsolescence, non-destructive inspection and non-destructive testing techniques, system degradation, structures, corrosion, and system sustainability. These efforts will identify impacts, improvements, alternate solutions, and more efficient methods and techniques to sustain critical Air Force landing, navigational, radar and air traffic systems.
"We're excited to continue to provide our sustainment engineering expertise to the ATCALS Sustainment Branch," said Byron Bright, KBR Government Solutions President. "We will continue our important work with the U.S. Air Force to increase the reliability and maintainability of warfighter systems."
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The Air Force Installation Contracting Center's 774 Enterprise Sourcing Squadron awarded the cost-plus-fixed-fee task order through the DoD Information Analysis Center's Multiple Award Contract (IAC), an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity vehicle for complex, integrated professional projects. KBR will carry out these duties in Oklahoma as well as other locations over the next five years. The company has performed similar tasking for the Air Force since 2005.
KBR provides scientific, engineering and technical solutions to advance defense and national security interests on land, at sea, in the air, space and cyberspace. Areas of expertise include acquisition, systems engineering and integration, AI and machine learning, assured microelectronics, C5ISR, research and development, test and evaluation, space situational awareness, missile defense and directed energy. KBR also provides the DoD with one of the largest independent flight test organizations in the world.
Date: Jun 23, 2021
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