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Air Force Posts RFI for Potential EOMS II Follow-on Contract Award

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Air Force Posts RFI for Potential EOMS II Follow-on Contract Award

The U.S. Air Force is soliciting industry feedback on its plan to award a potential 10-year, follow-on contract for operation and maintenance services delivery to the Eglin Air Force Base beginning in April 2026.

The Eglin Operation and Maintenance Services II program would require supporting research and development, test and evaluation, and training missions related to military aerospace equipment and weapons. Focus areas include major ground test facilities, range instrumentation systems and explosive test facilities.

The work will mainly be performed at Eglin AFB and support other locations in and outside the United States, according to a notice posted on SAM .gov.

The Air Force will accept responses to the request for information until May 20. Industry feedback will enable the service branch to determine the availability of capabilities and vendors that could meet the EOMS II requirements to inform its acquisition strategy.

The RFI indicated that the Air Force initially plans to award a cost-plus-award-fee contract.

An industry day for the EOMS II program will be held on June 17 at the Doolittle Institute in Shangri-La Auditorium in Florida to discuss the requirements and provide industry representatives an opportunity to connect directly with the EOMS II program team.

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