The U.S. Air Force has awarded JS Solutions, a company specializing in logistics support, engineering and consulting services — one of the multiple prime contracts supporting the United States Air Force. The contract is valued at $46 billion dollars over a 10-year period.
The Eglin Wide Agile Acquisition (EWAAC) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract will enable the government to rapidly develop and integrate new technologies, solutions and techniques to the Air Force & Eglin Air Force Base. As the Department of Defense pushes to modernize the warfighter, this contract will help provide new capabilities within multiple areas of life-cycle management, weapons systems development and requirements development. EWAAC delivers digital engineering, model-based systems engineering, agile processes, open system architecture support, data analytics and management, and weapon system integration support for the U.S. Air Force customers at Eglin Air Force Base, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Armament Directorate (AFLCMC/EB), the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) and the Air Force Nuclear Warfare Center (AFNWC).
“As a leading support provider to the U.S. Government, we will continue to deliver in the Digital Trinity areas of Digital Engineering, Agile Development and Open Systems Architecture,” said Jason Swafford, president and CEO of JS Solutions. “We will provide support through all parts of the weapons system life-cycle and will bring our expertise in this area to support the Air Force and its mission partners. JS Solutions is excited to contribute to the USAF Armament Directorate and its motto of ‘Go Fast, Think Big.’”
JS Solutions LLC (JSS) is a veteran-owned small business dedicated to providing comprehensive solutions, strategic consulting and support services to federal government agencies, Department of Defense (DoD), prime contractors and commercial organizations. The company is a lean but strong business with growing operations, managed from its corporate headquarters in Huntsville.