KBR bags multiple defence contracts
KBR has received new defence contracts, including a multi-year contract for the Australian Department of Defence and two contract extensions with the US, it announced on 18 July.
Australia's Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) has awarded a five-year contract to KBR for providing integrated support contractor services to the CASG AIR90 Project Office. KBR will upgrade the secondary surveillance radar on selected military equipment to maintain interoperability with the US and NATO. The company will also provide integrated logistic, engineering and support associated with upgrading platforms including specialist ships, aircraft, helicopters and land based air defence systems.
The US contracts include two contract extensions for base operational support services in the Middle East and Africa.
KBR's support contract was extended in Djibouti for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic where the company provides base operations and logistics services, life support, and maintenance services. The company also received a 12-month extension on its LOGCAP IV contract to provide operational support in the Arabian Peninsula. The contract extension begins from September.
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