Aleut Aerospace Engineering Receives US Space Force Contract for Training Services
Colorado Springs-headquartered Aleut Aerospace Engineering announced that it has been selected to provide training services to the Space Force’s 319th Combat Training Squadron and 533rd Training Squadron. The firm-fixed-price task order calls for the delivery of training services in support of tactical, operational, strategic, joint and coalition space operations, Aleut said Friday.
Under the deal, the company will provide courseware development and instruction, information technology and assurance, database development, as well as online support and student and staff support. Work will be performed at Peterson Space Force Base in Colorado and Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, Aleut said in a statement.
Geoff Vaughan, general manager of Aleut, said his company looks forward to supporting the USSF mission through training of guardians.
The company said the task order was awarded competitively under the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract. Aleut is an Alaska Native Corporation and Small, Disadvantaged Business delivering professional services to federal and commercial clients.
In September 2021, the Air Force awarded Aleut a $50 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineer Requirements contract. The contract provides for minor construction services based on a general statement of work to be further specified within each individual task order. The work in relation to this deal is being performed at Andersen Air Force Base and is expected to be completed by Aug. 15, 2028.
Aleut Corporation is one of 12 original ANCs established under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, passed by Congress in 1971.
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