Air logistics centers buy $1.25b worth of FAST services

Air logistics centers buy $1.25b worth of FAST services

The Air Force has awarded a $1.25 billion contract to Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego to provide an array of services under the Flexible Acquisition and Sustainment Tool program.

The seven-year, indefinite-quantity contract will upgrade and replace weapons systems and components at the Air Logistics Centers.

SAIC also will expand services for engineering, software and logistics systems at the logistics centers in Ogden, Utah; Oklahoma City, Okla., and Warner Robins, Ga.

'The combination of small businesses, members of academia and our other teammates will allow us to provide services supported by the latest technology available,' said George Singley, SAIC public-sector vice president.


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