Three Firms Land Spots on $75M Air Force Center IT Support Contract

Jeff Brody

JYG InnovationsStellar Innovations and Solutions and Indigenous Technologies have won spots on a potential $75M contract for information technology support services to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.

Contractors will aim to address address communications and information system requirements of AFLCMC organizations located at Wright Patterson AF Base in Ohio, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The center's IT contracting office received 17 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competitive procurement.

AFLCMC will obligate the following contract funds at the time of award:

  • JYG Innovations: $215,059
  • Indigenous Technologies: $1.9M
  • Stellar Innovations and Solutions: $1.8M

DoD noted initial obligations will come from the center's fiscal 2020 operations, management and procurement funds. The department expects contract work to conclude by Feb. 28, 2026.

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