DCS awarded Global Hawk services task order
DCS Corp has announced that it has been awarded a task order to provide advisory and assistance services for Global Hawk International Programmes.
The task order will see the company perform work for the US government’s Global Hawk foreign military sales (FMS) under the US Air Force’s (USAF’s) Acquisition of Consolidated Enterprise Support Services (ACCESS) contract.
Valued at approximately $6.2 million, including all priced options, the Global Hawk task order will see DCS provide administrative, programme management, configuration/data management, engineering, and logistics support to the USAF’s foreign military sales programmes.
Dave Russell, President and Chief Operating Officer, DCS, said: ‘This win represents DCS’s first successful bid under the ACCESS contract vehicle. We welcome this opportunity to provide superior technical solutions to Global Hawk International Programmes. I am confident that our employee-owners’ commitment to technical and professional excellence will drive customer satisfaction and lead to further opportunities to support Wright-Patterson AFB customers.’
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