MCR to support FAA Air Traffic Organization

Contractor to provide professional, technical and managerial support

MCR LLC will provide key mission support services to the Federal Aviation Administration for its air traffic safety program under a four-year, $36.8 million contract.

The company will deliver professional and technical support, management services, and other related services and materials for FAA’s Air Traffic Organization–Terminal program, company officials said today. The support services comprise program management and risk management, analysis, value engineering, and budget formulation and execution.

ATO employs 35,000 controllers, technicians and engineers who are responsible for moving air traffic in a safe and efficient manner. The contractor’s support will help the group meet the requirements set forth in the FAA Capital Investment Plan and other mandates.

MCR, of McLean, Va., provides professional services to the federal government.

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