ASRC Federal Secures $360M USAF Contract for Base Support Services; Jennifer Felix Quoted

ASRC Federal Secures $360M USAF Contract for Base Support Services; Jennifer Felix Quoted
Jennifer Felix President and CEO ASRC Federal

NetCentric, an ASRC Federal subsidiary, has received a U.S. Air Force contract valued at approximately $360 million for comprehensive infrastructure engineering and base operations support services for Kirtland Air Force Base and the 377th Air Base Wing.

The company said Friday the Kirtland Engineering Operations Services contract’s period of performance is through May of 2029. 

Under the contract, ASRC Federal NetCentric employees will provide Kirtland AFB with day-to-day base maintenance and operations services. Facilities engineering, general management, logistics support and installation emergency management are some of the services needed to support the base’s civil engineer projects.

Jennifer Felix, president and CEO of ASRC Federal and a 2021 Wash100 Award recipient, said the company has experience in providing infrastructure and base operation services in support of the service branch's missions. 

“We will leverage this expertise to assist the research, development, testing, readiness and training activities taking place at Kirtland,” she added.

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