Up to $46M to URS for Aircraft Maintenance Support at Robins AFB

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Looking for cracks(click to view full) URS Corp. in San Francisco, CA received a task order from the US Air Force Materiel Command to provide aircraft maintenance support to the 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Group at Robins Air Force Base (AFB) in Georgia. The 402nd Maintenance Wing provides depot maintenance, engineering support and software development to F-15 fighters; C-5, C-130, and C-17 transport aircraft; and Special Operations Forces aircraft. The 2-year task order, which was awarded under the $10.2 billion Contract Field Team (CFT) indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract vehicle, has a maximum value of $46 million to URS… Under the task order, URS will provide maintenance, modification, inspection and repair of cargo and fighter aircraft serviced by the 402nd Maintenance Wing. Under the terms of the CFT contract awarded in 2008, URS provides the US Department of Defense with maintenance and logistics services in support of weapons systems and associated components used by the DoD and other federal agencies at 60 sites worldwide. As part of the contract, URS supports fixed and rotary wing aircraft, wheeled and tracked vehicles, and military support equipment. The CFT program supports the active, reserve, and guard components of the US Army, US Air Force, US Navy, […]

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