A Beavercreek defense contractor has won an $11.6 million award for work with an air combat command division, the Pentagon has said.
Sawdey Solution Services Inc. — which has operations in Beavercreek and Langley Air Force Base, Virginia — has been awarded an $11, 603,908 contract for advisory and assistance services, the Department of Defense (DoD) said.
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This contract provides for advisory services to Air Combat Command Operations Division in support of Air Combat Command aviation scheduling activities and reserve component man-day processing, the department said.
“The Operations Division is responsible for formulation and execution of the command-wide aviation schedule,” the announcement said. “Work will be performed at Langley AFB, Virginia, and is expected to be completed by July 31, 2023.”
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In all, two offers were received in a competitive acquisition, the DoD said. The Air Force Installation Contracting Agency, in Langley, is the contracting activity.
Sawdey started with one employee in the year 2000. Now the more than $51 million Beavercreek business employs more than 500 employees and manages 250 sub contractors.