DCS Awarded $34.8 Million Task Order for Air Combat Command’s 53rd Electronic Warfare Group (53EWG)

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Jim Benbow, Chief Business Development Officer, DCS

Jim Benbow, Chief Business Development Officer, DCS

Advanced technology and management solutions provider, DCS has been awarded a four-year task order with a ceiling value of $34.8 million. This General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (GSA OASIS) Small Business (SB) Technical and Management Advisory Services (TMAS) Electronic Warfare (EW) Task Order will be in support of the Air Combat Command’s 53rd Electronic Warfare Group (53EWG) which will take place at Eglin and will also support the Air Force Test Center’s 412th Electronic Warfare Group (412 EWG) which will take place at the Edwards Air Force Base, California.

DCS will be conducting testing, gathering data, performing data reduction, data analysis and reporting for tests of mission data, also performing operational flight program suite upgrades for the 53 EWG. DCS will also be assisting the 412 EWG by supporting EW test resource engineering and management organizations in developing, planning, and executing technical investment programs to upgrade and improve the test infrastructure, to include test ranges and test facilities.

DCS will work to provide effective and lasting capabilities while working within the budget. DCS will be assisting the Air Force in establishing short-and long-term cost reduction methodologies by providing technical advice and assistance in regards to investment strategies.

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