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August 23, 2012

DCS wins ACCESS task order supporting Global Hawk international programs

DCS Corp. has been awarded a task order to provide advisory and assistance services for Global Hawk International Programs (Global Hawk Foreign Military Sale) under the U.S. Air Force’s Acquisition of Consolidated Enterprise Support Services contract.

Work on the Global Hawk FMS task order will occur over a three-year period and is valued at approximately $6.2 million, including all priced options.

Under the Global Hawk FMS task order, DCS will provide administrative, program management, configuration/data management, engineering, and logistics support to the Air Force’s foreign military sales programs.

“This win represents DCS’s first successful bid under the ACCESS contract vehicle,” said Dave Russell, president and COO. “We welcome this opportunity to provide superior technical solutions to Global Hawk International Programs. I am confident that our employee-owners’ commitment to technical and professional excellence will drive customer satisfaction and lead to further opportunities to support Wright-Patterson AFB customers.”

Work awarded under the task order will be performed locally at Wright-Patterson AFB near DCS’s Beavercreek, Ohio, office.

The ACCESS contract vehicle provides advisory and assistance services support to accomplish the goals, objectives and priorities of organizations at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. The total value of the multiple-award ID/IQ contract is up to approximately $950M over a three-year performance period.




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