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Jacobs to Support FEMA Response Missions Under Potential $610M IDIQ

Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) holds a position on a potential five-year, $610M Federal Emergency Management Agency contract vehicle for disaster response and recovery mission support services.

Work under the Public Assistance Technical Assistance Contract IV will include architecture, cost estimation, accounting, inspection, commercial property insurance, engineering and project and construction management, Jacobs said Tuesday.

The company will continue to support emergency response efforts in FEMA’s Regions II, VII, IX and X through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with one base year plus four option years.

According to Jacobs, it secured more than $500M in contract funds under the previous iteration of PA TAC. The company added it supports FEMA via the Logistics Housing Operations Unit Installation, Maintenance and Deactivation contract and the Individual Assistance Services Contract.

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