The United States Air Force, Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), has awarded ASRC Communications Ltd., a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, the Installation Support Services for Geographically Separated Locations (ISS2) contract. The twelve-year contract has a maximum potential value of approximately $470 million.
The company will provide a wide range of remote location operations and maintenance (O&M) services including facilities management, infrastructure maintenance, fire protection, supply chain logistics, and aircraft refueling.
“We are excited to have earned an opportunity to expand our long-standing working relationship with the PACAF Regional Support Center,” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO. “We will leverage our experience and expertise in providing mission critical operations and maintenance services in remote locations to support these sites, facilities, equipment and infrastructure, helping PACAF protect and defend the United States, its territories, and our allies and partners.”
Support services will be provided in geographically dispersed locations including: Eareckson Air Station, Alaska; King Salmon Airport, Alaska; and Wake Island Airfield, Wake Island.