Air Force awards support contracts

The Air Force awarded six contracts earlier this week under the $10 billion Air Force Contract Augmentation Program III initiative.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity deals provide temporary planning and deployment services for the Defense Department and government agencies supporting military forces. The services include nation building, disaster and humanitarian response, and operations related to the global war on terrorism, a Nov. 8 DOD statement states.

The contracts awarded by the Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command cover 10 years. The six winners are:

  • Bechtel National.
  • CH2M Hill Global Services.
  • DynCorp International.
  • Readiness Management Support.
  • URS/Berger JV.
  • Washington Group International.
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