Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI) has once again been awarded a cost-plus, fixed-fee contract to provide Logistics and Support Services for PMA-275 V-22 Weapon Systems.

ASI, who has been working with PMA-275 since July 2012, was recently awarded the follow-on contract after a recompetition. The continuing support services provided by ASI will include management, acquisition, engineering, logistics, training, data and technical management, integrated systems management, analysis, planning, and sustainability support.

The value of this contract is approximately $11.4M over five years. The logistics support services for this contract will be performed at the Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD, Fleet Support Team (FST) Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Richmond, VA.

According to J. C. Leverette, ASI Vice President of Reliability, Maintainability, & Supportability, ASI is very proud of this reselection. “We are excited to once again be chosen to support the PMA-275 and their logistics support needs. Their selection of ASI confirms their confidence in the quality of work performed by our company and the benefits gained by our services. We look forward to another 5 years of partnership.”

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