USAF taps Business Plus for ops support

The Air Force has awarded Business Plus Corp. a five-year contract to support the Air Combat Command, Air Operations Squadron at Langley Air Force Base.

Under the contract, Business Plus of Hampton, Va., will provide all management, supervision and personnel for the command's mission control center. The contract is valued at about $5 million.

The center serves as the command and control function for all fighter and bomber aircraft deliveries and reports to the Air Operations Squadron commander. Contractor personnel who work in the mission control center enter information on deployment, refueling support, weather criteria and other matters concerning aircraft operations.

BPC will perform the work at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Lockheed Martin Corp. is a subcontractor.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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