MCR names team for $950M Air Force contract

MCR LLC has announced its team on a $950 million Air Force contract for support services at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

The Air Force Acquisition of Consolidated Enterprise Support Services, or ACCESS, was awarded Nov. 29, 2011, to 19 companies. The contract combined a number of separate contracts into a single procurement.

MCR’s team includes AT&T, Conceptual MindWorks Inc., Concurrent Technologies Corp., Decypher, DP Technology Services Inc., ECS, InfoSciTex Corp., ManTech International Corp., Planned Systems International, Radiance Technologies, SURVICE Engineering Co., Tetra Tech AMT and Wyle.

The contract will be used to support a variety of organizations at Wright Patterson including Air Force Materiel Command, the Aeronautical Systems Center, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, and the Air Force Research Laboratory.

Services will include management and professional support services; studies, analyses and evaluations; and engineering and technical services.

Other companies vying for task orders under ACCESS are:

Array Information Technology Inc.
The Centech Group Inc.
DCS Corp.
Enterprise Information Services Inc.
ERC Inc.
Intelligent Decisions
Innovative Technologies Corp.
Leader Communications Inc.
Linquest Corp.
National Technologies Associates Inc.
Oasis Systems
Paragon Technology Group Inc.
Peerless-MacB, J.V.
PESystems Inc.
Quantech Services Inc.,
Spectrum Comm Inc.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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