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DRC subcontracted for Air Force task order

Dec. 6, 2007 at 10:51 AM   |   Comments

ANDOVER, Mass., Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Massachusetts-based Dynamics Research Corp. announced it has been subcontracted by Quantech Services for a U.S. Air Force Electronic Systems Center task order.

DRC is a mission-critical technology management services company. Quantech Services, working on an $800 million professional acquisition support services contract from the U.S. Air Force, subcontracted DRC for five task orders. Under the $11.8 million deal, DRC will provide nontechnical management support services.

"DRC is honored to join Quantech Services for the PASS task orders," Robert Smith, DRC's Acquisition management and engineering group senior vice president and general manager, said in a statement. "These awards serve as the fundamental contract platforms for our continued support of U.S. Air Force's Electronics Systems Center and will allow for uninterrupted delivery of our products and services to this vital Air Force customer."

Officials say DRC's support work will be for the Air Force's Electronic Systems Center's Net Centric Solutions for Integrated C4ISR Enterprise Capabilities, Center Staff Acquisition Program Office, Global Air Traffic Systems, Business Information Systems, Financial Information Systems and Defense Enterprise Accounting Management Systems.

Topics: Robert Smith
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