VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, December 13, 2016—Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI), has been awarded NAVAIR’s first National Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Support Contract.

The award is indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee and cost-type contract for the procurement of logistics engineering and technical support services providing reliability-centered maintenance for new and in-service aircraft, engines, systems, support equipment, and depot plant equipment, including their modifications, during all life cycle phases and levels of maintenance.

The value of this contract is $35,212,821 over 5 years. Work will be performed at various NAVAIR locations to include: Cherry Point, North Carolina; North Island, California; Jacksonville, Florida; Arlington, Virginia; Patuxent River, Maryland; Lakehurst, New Jersey; Point Mugu, California; China Lake, California; and Orlando, Florida.

According to J.C Leverette, ASI Chief Operating Officer. “We are extremely proud of being selected as the recipient of this award. RCM analysis has been and continues to be a core capability and focus of ASI and this award recognizes our leadership and excellence in this discipline. We look forward to continuing to provide exceptional support to the Naval Air Systems Command.”
Andromeda Systems Incorporated is headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, with offices in Arlington, VA; Havelock, NC; Jacksonville, FL; Patuxent River, MD; San Diego, CA; and Oklahoma City, OK.

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