KBR Secures Seat on $6.4 Billion U.S. Air Force Contract for Global Contingency and Humanitarian Support

KBR announced it has been awarded an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract by the U.S. Air Force for worldwide contingency and humanitarian support.

This Air Force Contract Augmentation Program V (AFCAP V) contract has a maximum ceiling of $6.4 billion.

Under this multiple-award contract, KBR will have the opportunity to compete on task orders to provide a full range of support for the U.S. government. These services could include assisting with contingency planning, deploying, training and equipping of U.S. military forces; emergency and contingency construction; and logistics and commodities.

KBR may perform these tasks in locations around the world. The contract’s period of performance is eight years. KBR has held a seat on predecessor contracts, AFCAP III and IV, since 2005.

“When the U.S. government faces unexpected circumstances, KBR has the ability to quickly and adeptly meet challenges head-on anywhere in the world,” said Byron Bright, KBR President, Government Solutions U.S. “We are honored to serve the Air Force through this contract – no matter how demanding the environment might be.”

KBR has provided critical services under previous AFCAP contracts. This includes recovery efforts at Tyndall Air Force Base after Hurricane Michael devastated it in 2018.

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