By Kate Walsh
Global service solutions provider Vectrus Systems Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Vectrus, Inc., has been awarded a position on the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program, or AFCAP V, a $6.4 billion IDIQ contract vehicle.
Vectrus first won a position on the AFCAP contract in June 2015 and have since been awarded 13 task orders in multiple countries worth over $130 million, said Chuck Prow, Vectrus president and CEO.
Vectrus was one of eight companies selected for a position on the not-to-exceed $6.4 billion worldwide contingency and humanitarian support contract. AFCAP V provides contingency planning, deploying and training/equipping of forces; emergency and contingency construction; logistics/commodities and services.
“We have placed significant emphasis on expanding our Air Force relationships and mission support and today, Vectrus is a trusted provider of facilities and logistics, information technology, network communications, operational technologies and converged solutions to the Air Force in 13 countries,” Prow said. “We look forward to building on our track record of growth with this important client.”