Mission Essential Receives $95M IDIQ Contract to Support U.S. Air Force in Europe, Africa; Paul Doyle Quoted

Mission Essential has been awarded a seven-year, $95M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the 764th Special Contracting Squadron of the U.S. Air Force to provide advisory and assistance services to USAF personnel in Europe and Africa.

Under the contract, Mission Essential will provide technical and analytical services in support of authorized activities such as USAFE-AFAFRICA, EUCOM, AFRICOM, and USAREUR. 

Paul Doyle, vice president of intelligence solutions at Mission Essential, said the company is looking to expand its technical and analytical support for the U.S. Air Force and allied partners in the region through the Advisory and Assistance Services IV IDIQ on Ramstein Air Base, Germany. 

“As an A&AS III incumbent with a long history of partnership with USAFE-AFAFRICA, we look forward to building upon our existing, diverse portfolio of programs in Germany and throughout Europe and Africa,“ said Doyle. 

About Mission Essential

Founded in 2004, Mission Essential works with government customers to help them address problem sets through the firm's insight, language and cultural advisory, cybersecurity and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services.

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