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Jacobs to Help Marine Corps Manage Weapons, MRAP Program; Robert Norfleet Comments

JACOBS logo_GovConWireJacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) has won two task orders worth $18.5 million combined to help the U.S. Marine Corps manage its logistics support services for warfighters.

The company received the orders under the Marine Corps Logistics Support Services program, which is worth up to $854 million to 30 contractors, Jacobs said Tuesday.

Robert Norfleet, a Jacobs group vice president, said the company aims to help the Marine Corps plan logistics and support operations for soldiers.

One three-year, $21 million order calls on the company to help manage programs, operate facilities, integrate logistics and administer services for the Weapon System Management Center and the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected program for three years.

A second two-year order worth $6.5 million covers administrative, acquisition, technical, logistics and program management services for the Consolidated Storage program.

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