MacB partners on Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance contract for U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a Dayton, OH-based national security company delivering advanced engineering services and product solutions to defense, intelligence, special operations forces, homeland security and federal agencies, announced on September 28 that it has been awarded a contract to provide Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) for U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). MacB is partnered with Advanced Concepts Enterprises, Inc. (ACEs) for a five-year Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract to support Special Operations Forces (SOF) activities and directorates. All work is being performed at Hurlburt Field Air Force Base in Florida, and at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico. The total contract ceiling value is $45 million.
MacB has been both a prime and sub-contractor for AFSOC SETA since 1996. For the new SETA V contract, the MacB mission systems team will be providing multi-specialty engineering and technical expertise, management and professional services, scientific research, analyses and evaluations necessary to directly support SOF missions and headquarters directorates.
“As the contractor-of-choice on advisory and assistance task orders since 1996, we are very pleased to be partnering on this new five-year contract,” said Fred Norman, MacB Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mission Systems Group. “With our more than 20 years of experience delivering small and larger SETA deliverables, this additional legacy win continues our technical and engineering efforts for Special Operations Forces on a global scale and compliments our recent SOCOM Wide Mission Support (SWMS) contract.”
Source: MACAULAY-BROWN, INC. (MacB)