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BSIT Selects KBR to Support Air Force Human Performance Optimization

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BSIT Selects KBR to Support Air Force Human Performance Optimization

Bering Straits Information Technologies has awarded KBR a 10-year subcontract to support the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command in providing human performance optimization services to military bases in the United States and other countries.

BSIT is among the six companies that secured a spot in a $988 million multiaward indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to deliver HPO services to Air Force and Department of Defense customers until March 2034.

Work under the subcontract includes enhancing the physical and cognitive performance of military personnel, reducing occupational injury rates, accelerating return-to-duty procedures and ensuring the combat readiness of aircrew and warfighters, KBR said.

According to Byron Bright, president of KBBR Government Solutions U.S., 4×24 member and a Wash100 awardee, the company has a team of physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, behavioral health professionals and other human performance experts.

The subcontract builds on KBR’s delivery of health and human performance services to NASA and the DOD for over five decades. The company was previously awarded contracts to manage the physical and mental readiness of NASA astronauts and the U.S. Special Operations Forces.

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