USAF contracts with KBRWyle for support on cyberthreats, air-traffic safety

HOUSTON. Professional services/technology firm KBR Inc. has won a $34.1 million task order from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to provide analytical and engineering weapons systems support to assist the USAF with air-traffic safety and cyberthreats.

KBR -- through its KBRWyle government services business -- will support the USAF's Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Engineering Directorate's Engineering and Communication Network Branch, which provides engineering, integration, technical advice, and direction to all AFLCMC weapon system program offices and other organizations. Under the terms of the 54-month contract, KBRwyle will perform the work mostly at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio and Warner Robins Air Force Base in Georgia.

KBRwyle will provide a range of services, including system engineering analyses, assessments, resiliency strategy development, and Air Traffic Management/Identification Friend or Foe (ATM/IFF) component testing and certification for Department of Defense and foreign sales requirements.

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