The Air Force has awarded Mission Essential a $95 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for advice and assistance in Europe and Africa.
Awarded by the 764th Special Contracting Squadron on Ramstein Air Base in Germany, the contract positions the company to provide technical and analytical support of authorized activities such as USAFE-AFAFRICA, EUCOM, AFRICOM and USAREUR.
Mission Essential already has a long-standing partnership with USAFE-AFAFRICA.
Paul Doyle, who leads Mission Essential’s Intelligence Solutions Business Unit, said the company is looking to expand its support for the Air Force and allied partners in the region through the contract.
“We look forward to building upon our existing, diverse portfolio of programs in Germany and throughout Europe and Africa,” Doyle said.