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URS Wins Potential $130M DoD Order for Aviation Maintenance; Randy Wotring Comments

 

Randy Wotring, URS Federal Services

URS Corp. (NYSE: URS) has been awarded a two-year U.S. Defense Department task order worth up to $129 million to provide aviation maintenance services to the U.S. Army.

The order was awarded under URS’ contract field teams indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

URS will provide aviation maintenance, program management and logistics support for rotary wing aircraft and related equipment at bases in Wash. and the Republic of Korea.

The company also will rebuild or overhaul aircraft systems and provide maintenance services for military units involved in joint training exercises and mobilization activities.

“This important task order further underscores our expertise in aviation maintenance support and builds upon our work under the contract field teams program, ” said Randall A. Wotring, president of federal services for URS. “We look forward to growing our relationship with the U.S. Army and providing support to our nation’s aviation defense systems and equipment with this significant award.”

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