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AECOM Wins $289M Air Force Maintenance Task Order on Potential $10B IDIQ

AECOM Technology Corp. (NYSE: ACM) has won a potential $289.2 million U.S. Air Force task order to provide full-time maintenance services in Southwest Asia and the Middle East.

The company said the Air Force’s Contract Field Teams program awarded the task order.

The Los Angeles-based design firm has won nearly $665 million to date in task orders under a potential $10.1 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract.

The CFT program’s IDIQ is for seven years through 2015.

The company inspects, maintains, modifies and repairs aircraft and ground vehicles at U.S. government locations worldwide under this IDIQ with the U.S. Army Central Command.

Work will begin on May 1 and the contract is for 34 months with options.

More than 1, 000 new employees will provide maintenance for the command’s aviation-support facilities.

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