Eighteen companies have won spots on a nine-year, $960 million U.S. Air Force contract to assist the Department of Defense and its partner nation agencies in combatting various security threats across the globe.
USAF’s Air Combat Command Acquisition Management and Integration Center received 75 proposals for the Counter-Narcotics and Global Threats Operations, Logistics and Training Support program, according to a DOD announcement published Wednesday.
The former iteration of the contract was announced in February 2016 and valued at $975 million.
Contractors will vie for work to supply equipment, conduct training and carry out minor construction and repair projects to help enhance the detection and mitigation of national security risks from drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, piracy and financial crimes.
The awardees are:
- Advanced Engineering Solutions and Services
- AOC Program Solutions
- BFS Solutions LLC Joint Venture
- BL-ACADEMI JV
- Cambridge International Systems Inc.
- Chimera Enterprises International
- Commonwealth Trading Partners
- Culmen International
- Fluor (NYSE: FLR)
- HTGS-Culmen JV
- LRG Service
- Next Evolution Logistics Solutions
- PAE Applied Technologies, now part of Amentum
- Patriot Group International
- Resicum International
- SGI Global
- Weaponize LLC JV
The service branch is obligating a total of $36,000 for all 18 awardees through individual task orders as part of the multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
Work will occur at various locations within and outside the continental U.S. through March 14, 2032.