Air Force advisory services work awarded to DRC

The Air Force has awarded $34.5 million worth of new work to Dynamics Research Corp.

Through new and existing contracts, the Andover, Mass.-based company's HJ Ford unit will render advisory and assistance services to both the Aeronautical Systems Center and the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

ASC's contract includes $31.8 million in expanded renewal work and $1.3 million in new work. These one-year tasks consist of providing important program services to various Air Force weapon system management offices.

The specific customers are the Long Range Strike, Reconnaissance, Mobility and ACS System Wings, Training Aircraft System Group and the F/A-22 System Program Office.

The Air Force Research Laboratory work, worth $1.4 million, consists of the second option year of a five-year contract supporting the Sensor Development Office of the Air Force Research Laboratory. That work falls under HJ Ford's professional engineering services contract awarded by the General Services Administration.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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