The ceiling for all contracts is $7.1 billion the maximum dollar ceiling for each task order is $750 million, and work is expected to be complete by April 2031.
“The combination of our CMMARS and FRP MAC contract seats will allow us to display our full range of capabilities to solve every aircraft modification, systems integration and maintenance challenge as a full life-cycle sustainment company,” said Ed Boyington, CEO and president of Vertex Aerospace.
Vertex’s aircraft integration and sustainment division was awarded a seat on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract under Lot II status. Lot II vendors have the opportunity for full and open competition of all aircraft components, systems, kit production and installation task orders.
The AIS division has over 500,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing, production, and assembly buildings servicing major OEMs. Under the contract, Vertex’s AIS will provide a broad spectrum of supplies and services to improve the Naval Air Systems Command’s fleet readiness.
“We are honored to have this opportunity to continue our support of the front-line warfighter by delivering quality services while ensuring speed to the fleet,” added Boyington.
About Vertex Aerospace
Vertex Aerospace offers a global capability and complete solution for government and commercial customers. The mid-level aerospace company operates in over 100 locations worldwide providing aftermarket aerospace services for more than 2,400 fixed and rotary wing airframes.
Vertex’s agility, rapid deployment capability, and customer optimization have distinguished it from competitors for over 65 years. With a 50 percent veteran workforce, the Mississippi-based company understands the challenges faced by the defense sector.