Air National Guard Taps CTC Affiliate for Occupational, Environmental Health Mgmt Support

A Concurrent Technologies Corp. affiliate has won a potential $1.6M contract to help the Air National Guard address occupational and environmental health risks.

CTC said Wednesday its Enterprise Ventures Corp. subsidiary will work with 1st American Systems & Services, the prime contractor on the effort to assist ANG in controlling and eliminating hazards.

EVC added six personnel to support contract work and intends to build on experience helping the Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine standardize training and processes to disseminate environmental and occupational health measures across the service branch.

Work under the contract's base period of performance is scheduled to conclude in July 2020 and would extend through January 2021 if the option is exercised.

CTC and EVC have also supported the National Guard Bureau in safety initiatives over the past six years.

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