US-headquartered global infrastructure, IT and logistics support services provider Vectrus has won a new task order to support the US Air Force (USAF) at Al Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Awarded to the company’s wholly owned subsidiary Vectrus Systems Corporation, the firm-fixed-price installation services task order is valued at $16m. It has a base performance period of one year and comes with two years of potential option periods.
As part of the order, the company will be responsible for providing installation services such as water delivery services, fitness programmes and equipment maintenance, lodging services, and various recreational services.
Vectrus president and chief executive officer Chuck Prow said: “This is a great win for Vectrus and underscores our ability to rapidly respond anywhere across the world in challenging and austere environments to meet our client’s contingency mission requirements.
“We continue to expand our presence with the US Air Force and, with this new win in the UAE, Vectrus will now be a trusted provider of facilities and logistics services to the airforce in nine countries.”
The task order has been awarded under the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program IV (AFCAP IV), which seeks to provide complete base life / operating support and logistical services to the USAF on a contingency basis.
According to Prow, the company is already delivering logistics services at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan, as well as a range of operations, maintenance, and repair services at Kuwait’s Ali Al Salem Air Base. It is offering similar services at Qatar’s Al Udeid Air Base under the AFCAP IV programme.
Prow added: “In total, our team has successfully won more than $60m worth of new task orders that were completed under the AFCAP IV programme.”