MacB Lands Air Force Technical, Engineering Support Task Orders; Tim Lawrence Comments

ContractMacAulay-Brown has received task orders for engineering and technical support services under two prime contracts that Odyssey Systems Consulting Group secured from the U.S. Air Force.

MacB said Monday it will support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center fighters and bombers directorate’s F-15 division under a five-year contract and will perform contract work at air bases in Ohio and Georgia.

The second task order covers support for the AFLCMC battle management directorate as part of the Professional Acquisition Support Services II contract awarded to Odyssey.

Under the two task orders, MacB will also provide acquisition, system assets analysis and evaluation, administrative, consulting, financial management, contracting and other professional services through its advanced technology group.

Tim Lawrence, senior vice president and general manager of the advanced technology group at MacB, said the company will work to help the service branch’s directorates develop electronic and weapons systems onboard fighter jets, bombers and other military aircraft through the task orders.

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