On August 11, Reston, Va.-based Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc. (WBB) announced that it won a $29 million task order under the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract. This task order will run for the next 5 years. WBB will support the Global Hawk Program Office that lies within the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center by serving its professional, technical and administrative needs.
“WBB brings extensive USAF and USN unmanned systems experience, remarkable depth in large acquisition program management and execution, and robust foreign military sales capabilities,” WBB’s Chief Development Officer, Mike Perez said. “We have a long history of exceptional support to the Air Force and we are proud to have the opportunity to apply this experience within the Global Hawk program office.”
WBB brings over thirty years of experience supporting the armed services in their budgeting and acquisition process needs. This task order services the United States Air Force as well as the Foreign Military Sales by providing support in a variety of areas.