OBXtek Lands $120M Air Force Acquisition Support Contract

OBXtek has received a potential $120 million contract to provide staffing and technical acquisition services support to the U.S. Air Force.

The company said Monday it will offer administrative and subject matter expertise to support the assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, or SAF/AQ, in efforts to procure and sustain key platforms across the air and space domain.

Dale Spencer, president and CEO at OBXtek, said the award represents the company’s fifth contract with the service branch.

SAF/AQ manages the branch’s $40 billion annual budget for acquisition programs.

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