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CTC to Support USAF Environment, Safety & Infrastructure Mission; Ed Sheehan Quoted

Ed Sheehan Jr.

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won a potential five-year, $21M contract to provide subject matter expertise and program management support to the U.S. Air Force’s deputy assistant secretary for environment, safety and infrastructure.

The company said Tuesday it will assist SAF/IEE in strategic communications, legislative affairs and  management of energy, water and utilities.

CTC has supported guidance, policy and oversight functions for the civilian office’s energy and water portfolio over the past decade.

“The missions of both of our organizations center on safeguarding our national security,” said Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of CTC.

Sheehan added the company will continue to support “SAF/IEE mission objectives and assist the Air Force in remaining ready to execute its mission.”

IBM‘s (NYSE: IBM) global services business and AGEISS will serve as CTC’s subcontracting partners. The contract has a six-month base period that began in September, four option years, and an additional six-month option period.

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