Two win $40M contract for Air Force advisory support

Noblis Inc. and Logistics Management Institute have won a $40 million contract to support the Air Force Civil Engineer on a variety of projects.

Under the contract, the two companies will compete for task orders to provide advisory and assistance services and independent systems engineering and acquisition support.

These services will support the Air Force Civil Engineer’s activities, including the environmental restoration program; base realignment and closure program; environmental quality programs; pollution prevention/waste minimization program; and the environmental impact analysis program.

Other activities being supported include the design and construction management program; operational ranges cleanup; unexploded ordinance remediation; military munitions response program; Nuclear Biological Chemical, Homeland Defense Act of 2002-related initiatives; enhanced use leasing program; heavy industrial construction; sustainability, and resource conservation.

Work will take place at various Air Force bases.

Funding in the amount of $3,000 is obligated at the time of the awards.

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