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Jacobs Lands Award for Maintenance Program at NASA Langley; Terry Hagen Comments

Terry Hagen

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 5, 2018 — Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) has received recognition for its work on a maintenance system at NASA‘s Langley Research Center with the award of Uptime magazine’s 2017 Best Reliability Program of the Year designation, GovCon Executive reported.

The company said ReliabilityWeb selected the maintenance program for the award due to the increase in system reliability, reduced maintenance costs and prevention of downtimes since the implementation of the Jacobs Connected Enterprise approach.

“We’re honored to serve and share in the recognition of a technologically complex reliability program that exceeded objectives for another mission accomplished in our longstanding partnership,” said Terry Hagen, president of Jacobs’ aerospace and technology business and a 2018 Wash100 inductee.

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