Air Force to get IT combat systems boost

$791M award covers integration of components for automated information systems

The Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a $791 million contract to provide the branch a range of IT services, according to a Sept. 14 Defense Department announcement.

The maximum firm-price-incentive-fee, firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-reimbursable contract calls for the integration of software and components for the Air Force’s combat support automated information systems, DOD said.

Under the terms of the award, Lockheed will provide a set of more than 70 reusable, common services to Air Force combat support automated information systems by integrating commercial-off-the-shelf, free and open-source software and government-off-the-shelf software components.

Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., is the contracting activity.

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