Akima Subsidiary Wins $70.2M Air Force Contract

Scott Rauer, Akima

Government solutions provider Akima’s subsidiary RiverTech has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force to support Mobility Air Forces at 14 Air Force bases across the nation.

The estimated value of the contract is $70.2 million over five years, if all options are exercised.

“Akima is committed to supporting Air Force efforts to increase the production of aircrews and improve the quality of life for Mobility Air Forces personnel,” said Scott Rauer, president of Akima’s Facilities Solutions Group. “Our aviation logistics professionals are proud to expand our efforts to aid flying personnel in achieving their missions.”

The contract was awarded under the OASIS Small Business IDIQ contract. A certified Alaska native corporation, RiverTech will absorb select nonflying duties to reduce the workload of MAF flying personnel working at flying squadrons at each base where support is provided.

The Air Force Bases covered under the contract include Scott AFB, Andrews AFB, McGuire AFB, Dover AFB, Charleston AFB, MacDill AFB, Birmingham ARB, Little Rock AFB, Dyess AFB, McConnell AFB, March ARB, Travis AFB, McChord AFB and Fairchild AFB.

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