Army Taps MacAulay-Brown for EXPRESS BPA; Fred Norman Comments

Mac-B-logoMacAulay-Brown will provide logistics assistance for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command as part of the Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services blanket purchase agreement.

The task order calls for the company to provide information technology support, training tools, manpower, computer resources and operational support for AMCOM, MacB said Monday.

Fred Norman, senior vice president and general manager for mission systems group at MacAulay-Brown, said the contract will allow the firm to leverage its experience in delivering engineering services.

Dayton, Ohio-based MacB provides cybersecurity platforms, information technology, acquisition management, engineering and logistics services for federal agencies and military branches.

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