DCS Corporation has secured a $77 million contract to offer certain support services to the U.S. Air Force (USAF)’s Air Force Operational Test & Evaluation Center Fighter Test Services (AFOTEC FTS) program.
Under the five-year contract, DCS will provide advisory and assistance services with additional support and advocacy for the USAF’s Fighter Operational Test and Evaluation services. In particular, DCS will assist with operational test capabilities necessary to accomplish test planning.
The scope of the contract works will also include drafting and modifying test plans, data management, and analysis plans. Full contract performance is expected to begin this month at Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada, Edwards AFB, California, and Yuma Marine Corps Air Station, Arizona.
“DCS is excited for the opportunity to provide support to the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center,” Executive Vice President Larry Egbert stated. “We are thrilled to deliver our support to a new customer and assist in Operational Test and Evaluation as it is a crucial part of staying at the cutting edge of technology and maintaining air, space and cyberspace superiority.”