Eight win seats on $14B Air Force maintenance contract

Eight companies have won positions on a potential 10-year, $14 billion contract for aircraft maintenance services to the Air Force across the U.S.

The service branch received 19 total bids for the Aircraft Maintenance Enterprise Solution that is intended as a strategic sourcing vehicle for all Air Force organizations to use, the Defense Department said in its Wednesday awards digest.

Awardees will compete for task orders to work on fixed- and swing-wing aircraft. Rotary wing, tiltrotor and remotely piloted aircraft are not included in this contract.

Winners were:

  • Amentum
  • Akima Logistics Services
  • DynCorp International
  • Jacobs
  • Leidos
  • M1 Support Services
  • PAE
  • Vertex Aerospace

This appears to be a brand new contract with no incumbent. Performance on a single task order will be capped at five years consisting of a one-year base period, followed by two individual option years alongside two one-year incentive option periods.

Work will take place at Air Force bases and other locations through Sept. 14, 2030.

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