$13.9M to DRC for LMSS Work Supporting F-16 Program

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USAF F-16s, Iraq(click to view full) Dynamics Research Corp. (DRC) in Andover, MA received a task order valued at $13.9 million under the DoD’s Logistics, Maintenance and Supply Support (LMSS) contract to support the F-16 System Program Office in the Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Under the terms of the task order, DRC will provide program management and technical services assisting with the modernization and maintenance of the F-16 weapon system. The work also includes supporting the USAF and various foreign military sales F-16 programs. DRC is 1 of 6 prime contractors awarded the LMSS contract in March 2008 to provide lifecycle management services across DoD. The contract ceiling is $300 million. The other prime contractors are… * Alion Science and Technology in McLean, VA (W91WAW-08-D-0009) * Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, VA (W91WAW-08-D-0010) * BearingPoint in Dallas, TX (W91WAW-08-D-0012) * Lockheed Martin in Bethesda, MD (W91WAW-08-D-0011) * Serco Inc. in Reston, VA (W91WAW-08-D-0014) This is DRC’s 5th task order award under the LMSS contract (W91WAW-08-D-0013). DRC’s preceding task order supporting the F-16 Program was as a subcontractor under the Consolidated Acquisition Professional Services contract. The task order, which approximately doubles DRC’s current level […]

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