KBRwyle Gets $96.5M in USAF Task Orders for Aircraft Technical Support

KBR’s (NYSE: KBR) government services arm has received two task orders worth $96.5M combined from the U.S. Air Force to provide technical support for the service’s F-35 program and other aircraft platforms.

KBRwyle will provide the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center with research, product assistance, analysis, engineering, airworthiness, risk management, system security and assurance support for aircraft under a potential $41.9M task order, the company said Thursday.

The second task order valued at $54.6M covers sustainment, engineering, acquisition strategy development, cybersecurity, business process improvement and strategic planning services for AFLCMC’s special projects office as well as support to establish the service’s F-35 hybrid product support integrator organization.

The Air Force Installation Contracting Agency awarded the 42-month task orders under the DoD Information Analysis Center’s Defense Systems Technical Area Task contract.

KBRwyle, which secured a spot on the DSTAT contract in 2014, will perform work at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

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