A Vectrus subsidiary has secured a $37 million recompete contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide base operations support services at the Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base in Alabama.
The company said Friday Vectrus Systems‘ contract covers support for foreign object damage, transient and static display maintenance; resource management; communications and information technology; publishing; installation management and engineering; and emergency and airfield management services.
Vectrus Systems will perform work through March 30, 2018.
The award is a recompete of an existing contract awarded in 2009 that includes a base period, four one-year option periods and two one-year incentive options.
Vectrus Systems landed a $20 million contract modification from the Air Force in November 2016 to help operate Maxwell AFB through May 14 this year.