KBR Gov’t Business to Extend Navy Base Operations Support

KBR‘s government services unit will continue to help the U.S. Navy manage operations at Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia located in the British Indian Ocean Territory as part of a $62M contract modification.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command awarded the modification that represents the first of seven options under a potential $515M contract KBRwyle won in 2017, the company said Monday.

KBRwyle will provide facility management, information technology, supplies, public safety, welfare support, food operations and administration.

The business also operates a dining facility at Diego Garcia that received a five-star accreditation from the military service.

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