KBR received two separate ones task orders under the Multiple Assignment Contract (MAC) of the vehicle of the United States Department of Defense Information Analysis Center (DoD IAC) program.
Awarded by the 774th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron of the United States Air Force (USAF), the total value of the two DoD IAC tasks is $ 106 million.
Both contracts will support the initiatives of the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC).
The first $ 65 million contract for a five-year re-assignment will support the AFLCMC’s Aircraft Mobility and Training Directorate (WLN) to provide support for the upgrade and maintenance of various variants of the C-130 Hercules.
The company will provide systems engineering, test and evaluation management, adaptive acquisition management, cybersecurity solutions and aircraft logistics planning and analysis.
The work will further support the current and future modernization of avionics and C-130 modification programs, along with other initiatives to transform digital engineering.
Work on the contract will be carried out at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (AFB) in Ohio, AFB Robbins in Georgia, US Coast Guard Base (USCG) Elizabeth City in North Carolina, and British Columbia, Canada.
The second five-year, $ 41 million re-competition contract will support the AFLCMC’s Engineering and Communications Networks Branch (EZAC).
KBR will conduct a study of engineering analysis and cybersecurity strategies to provide recommendations to the International Air Traffic Control, Friendly or Enemy Identification (IFF) Program Office and the Mark XIIB (AIMS) system.
The related work will be carried out mainly at Robins AFB in Georgia, with support provided elsewhere in the world.
KBR Government Solutions President Byron Bright said: “KBR has a very experienced team of IFF engineers and technical experts who are honored to continue their trusted working relationships in the United States and IFF’s allied communities.