DCS Awarded $93.4M Task Order to Support AFLCMC/WIH Helicopter Program Office; Larry Egbert Quoted

DCS Corporation has been awarded a potential five-year, $93.4 million prime task order to support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance & Special Operations Forces Directorate's Helicopter Program Office (HPO) under the Air Force's EPASS program, DCS announced on Wednesday

"This is an exciting new opportunity for DCS to grow our Wright-Patterson AFB footprint and expand our support of DoD helicopters through these ACAT 1 programs," said Larry Egbert, executive vice president of DCS. 

DCS will provide a broad range of acquisition, engineering, scientific, research, and administrative support for USAF aircraft research, development, production, life cycle acquisition, and sustainment. The full performance will take place from a new DCS facility near Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio in December and will grow to include work at Duke Field (Eglin AFB Auxiliary Field #3) in Florida.

"Our rotary wing capabilities and background are well aligned to HPO mission requirements and we look forward to supporting the AFLCMC/WIH command and mission,” Egbert quoted. 

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