Ikun Awarded $82M Task Order to Support Air Combat Command

David Rue, Ikun

David Rue, Akima

Ikun, an Akima Company that’s an Alaska Native Corporation, has won a task order under the One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services, or OASIS, Small Business contract vehicle.

Under the single-award, firm fixed-price task order, Ikun will support the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command. The command operates fighter, bomber, command and control, surveillance, reconnaissance, rescue, battle-management, unmanned aircraft systems, electronic-combat aircraft, and ground control systems to support global implementation of national security strategy.

The task order has a 5-year period of performance and a total contract value of roughly $82 million.

Ikun will provide Command and Control, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance and Rescue Squadrons with operations support for ACC units at 13 locations in the U.S., three in Europe and one in Japan. The company will provide training, standardizations and evaluations, scheduling, non-aviation programs and readiness, unit deployment, electronic flight bag and information system security officer support.

“We are proud to support Air Combat Command’s new C2ISR and Rescue Squadron requirements so flight crews can focus on their primary mission,” said David Rue, president of Akima’s Mission Systems Engineering & Technology Group. “This contract represents our continued efforts to provide mission-critical solutions to our military’s evolving requirements.”

Established in 2006, Ikun is part of the Mission Systems, Engineering & Technology Group of companies managed by Akima, LLC. Ikun supports the department of Defense, Homeland Security and federal law enforcement communities with solutions for strategy and operations, IT and cybersecurity, materiel management and logistics, and domestic operations center capabilities.

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