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What was EG&G wins USAF support contract

June 20, 2008 by · Comment
Filed under: Contract Awards, EG&G, U.S. Air Force 

URS Corporation’s EG&G division won a contract from the US Air Force to support testing at Holloman Air Force Base. Hollaman AFB is collocated with White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) and Sandia National Labs in New Mexico near where the first atomic bomb was detonated. An article is here about the win. EG&G was a defense contractor dating back to WWII that eventually was bought by URS Co. The contract will support US Air Force radar cross section testing.

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USAF awards contractor contract at Hill despite previous poor performance

April 9, 2008 by · Comment
Filed under: Contract Awards, EG&G, logistics, U.S. Air Force 

This is seems to be an oddity. EG&G won a contract to manage parts at Hill AFB at the same time they were performing miserably at Warner Robbins. See the story here. Perhaps with the proposal they judiciously submitted past performance information. Probably they came in pretty low cost too. You would think the evaluation board would call up Warner Robbins and check, but maybe they didn’t even know about that contract. There was no discussion of perhaps one of the losers protesting.

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