Wyle Subsid. CAS Pilots $80 Million Army Helicopter Deal

Wyle subsidiary CAS secured a contract worth $80.6 million to provide program support to the Army’s Utility Helicopter’s Project Manager’s Office.

The five-year deal functions as a follow-on to Wyle’s express task order from the Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command.

The firm reported it will perform tasks related to “resource management support, cost estimating, program management plans and integration, strategic planning and analysis, acquisition and fielding support, and database management requirements associated with Utility Helicopter programs.”

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