Air Force raises ceiling on multi-award transformation support contract shaunl

The service branch now has a $2.75 billion ceiling to spend on efforts that support its Office of Business Transformation and deputy chief management officer.

The Air Force has expanded the ceiling for a contract to support business transformation efforts across the service branch.

The Air Force Strategic Transformation Support contract was first awarded to eight companies in 2020 with a $1 billion ceiling.

On Friday, the Air Force announced that the ceiling is now set at $2.75 billion. The term of the contract remains unchanged and it expires in June 2027.

The Air Force began developing the successor vehicle last June with plans for a ceiling in the $3 billion to $5 billion range.

The primes on the current contract are:

  • Accenture Federal Services
  • BCG Federal, a subsidiary of Boston Consulting Group
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Deloitte Consulting
  • Digital Mobilizations Inc.
  • Guidehouse
  • KPMG
  • McKinsey

Guidehouse picked up its spot on the contract when it acquired Grant Thornton’s public sector business in 2022.

Work under the contract supports the Office of Business Transformation and the deputy chief management officer. The focus is on managing and improving strategic transformation initiatives across the Air Force enterprise.

The Air Force has obligated approximately $865.4 million through the contract, according to GovTribe data.

Deloitte Consulting and KPMG rank 1-and-2 for task order recipients at $221 million and $217 million respectively. Booz Allen has been awarded $106 million in obligations, according to GovTribe.