The U.S. Air Force has awarded three companies positions on a potential 10-year, $533.5 million contract for sourcing military ground and aircraft support equipment.
ATAP, Boneal and F3 Logistics were chosen to participate in the small business set-aside procurement vehicle, the Defense Department said Friday.
The contract, which is expected to be fully carried out by Aug. 25, 2032, will also involve the acquisition and delivery of support equipment items with a maximum price tag of $50,000 per unit.
DOD noted that individual orders from the U.S. Army, Navy and foreign military entities will be determined on an as-needed basis.
The Air Force Sustainment Center at Robins AF Base in Georgia managed the competitive solicitation process on SAM.gov and received nine bids for the multiple-award contract.
USAF is obligating $30,243 at the time of the award from its fiscal 2020 and 2021 procurement funds.