Dynamics Research Corp. names teammates for Air Force DESP II contract

ANDOVER, Mass., 9 Jan. 2006. Dynamics Research Corp., a prime contractor on the Air Force's Design and Engineering Support Program II (DESP II) contract, has officially added 46 new members to its team, bringing the total number of team members to 76.

Jan 9th, 2006

ANDOVER, Mass., 9 Jan. 2006. Dynamics Research Corp., a prime contractor on the Air Force's Design and Engineering Support Program II (DESP II) contract, has officially added 46 new members to its team, bringing the total number of team members to 76.

DESP II supports the Air Force's Air Logistics Centers at Ogden, Utah, Warner Robins, Ga., and Oklahoma City, Okla.; the Air Force Materiel Command; the Army Tank and Automotive Command and other Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies.

The 46 new team members, including 20 small and 26 large businesses, bring even more capability to the DRC DESP II team to support various weapon systems at multiple locations.

They include: Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Rockwell Collins, SAIC, CACI, and CSC. Some of the new small businesses will fill niche requirements while others with expanded capabilities will play a larger role in satisfying customer requirements.

"The additional team members, large and small businesses, provide our government customers with access to added capabilities to satisfy warfighter requirements," said Jim Regan, DRC's president, chairman and CEO. "DoD customers benefit with our DESP II team's expanded capability toward satisfying program requirements and meeting warfighter needs."

DESP II is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract vehicle. It may be used by all other Air Force/Army commands, Department of Defense agencies (e.g., Navy, Marines), and other government entities (e.g., NASA, DOE, DOT, DOS, EPA, OSHA, Coast Guard, Homeland Security, FAA, FEMA, etc.) having similar systems and/or needs.

Dynamics Research Corp. (DRC) is headquartered in Andover, Mass. and has major offices in Vienna, Va. and Fairborn, Ohio. The company has 27 additional field offices throughout the United States providing direct support to all branch services of the Department of Defense.

DRS is an innovative solutions provider that partners with its customers to apply proven processes and technologies. For more than 50 years, DRC has delivered technical and information technology services that enhance the performance and cost effectiveness of its customers' mission critical systems. For more information, see www.drc.com.

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