The CFT contract is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with the U.S. Army Reserve (AR) Command to supplement its Aviation Support Facilities full-time maintenance support. Under this task order, AECOM will provide aviation field maintenance and limited sustainment maintenance for AH-64, CH-47, UH-60 and HH-60 aircraft, and associated ground support equipment for all rotary wing aviation units assigned to the AR Command in accordance with the U.S. Army’s established policies and procedures.
Under the assignment, approximately 95 AECOM employees will provide support across nine locations.
CFT task orders awarded to AECOM under its IDIQ contract to date total approximately US$376 million, and include assignments in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah. The CFT program, which has a maximum value of US$10.12 billion over a seven-year period through 2015, provides major and minor inspections, maintenance, modifications and repairs of aircraft and ground vehicles at U.S. government locations around the world.
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