The Air Force has picked nine companies for a $995 million contract to support policy, decision making and other services in Europe and Africa.
A group of companies have won spots on a nearly $1 billion Air Force contract to provide advisory and assistance services in Europe and Africa.
The services include technical and analytical services that support policy development, decision making, management, administration and systems operations.
The nine winners for the $995 million contract are:
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Decypher Technologies Ltd.
- ITility LLC
- Mission Essential Group
- Systems Planning and Analysis Inc.
- SOS International
- Valiant Integrated Services
The Air Force received a total of 12 bids for the full-and-open competition, according to the Defense Department's Friday awards announcement.
Work will take place in Germany, Italy, the U.K. and other locations in Europe and Africa. The contract runs through March 2030.
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