Four companies have received task orders to provide advisory and assistance services to U.S. Air Force installations located in Florida, Tennessee and California.
Oasis Systems received a $543.3 million award to support Eglin AFB’s 96th Cyberspace Test Group while Torch Technologies secured a $474.9 million award to assist the 96th Test Wing’s tenant organization, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
The CQ joint venture received a pair of orders worth $413.8 million combined to support Eglin AFB’s 96th Test Wing and Arnold AFB’s Arnold Engineering Development Complex.
Gauss Management Research and Engineering secured an $86.6 million order to provide operations support for the 412th Test Wing at Edwards AFB.
The Air Force Test Center is obligating fiscal year 2021 research, development, test and evaluation funds for the orders issued to Oasis Systems and Torch Technologies at the time of award.
AFTC is additionally obligating FY 2021 RDT&E and operations and maintenance funds for GMRE and CQ JV’s respective orders at the time of award.
The companies will perform contract work through Sept. 30, 2026.