AECOM to Provide Aircraft Maintenance Field Team on $10B Air Force IDIQ

AECOM Technology Corp. (NYSE: ACM) has won a U.S. Air Force task order worth up to $30 million for contract field teams.

The order has one performance base year and one option year.

The order was awarded under the Air Force’s $10.12 billion ceiling CFT indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which supports the Defense Department and Department of Homeland Security.

Approximately 300 AECOM employees will provide organizational, intermediate and depot-level aircraft maintenance support to the 160th Special Operations aviation regiment at Fort Campbell, Ky.

Work will include electronic component special repair activities on assigned MH/AH-6 series, U/MH-60 series and MH-47 series rotary wing aircraft and sub-components.

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