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HEBCO INC. Wins Major Air Force Contract.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- HEBCO, INC. announced today that it has been awarded a prime contract by the Air Force Material Command (AFMC), Oklahoma City Air Logistic Center (OC-ALC) Capabilities Integration Division (XPR) to provide services under the Tinker Advisory and Assistance Services Contract (TAASC) program. This indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contract has a five-year base period of performance. The total ceiling value is $350 million.

The TAASC program is the first of its kind at OC-ALC and has been established as a broad and flexible means to meet Tinker Air Force Base and OC-ALC changing requirements for advisory and assistance services. HEBCO and its team members will provide a comprehensive range of advisory and assistance services (A&AS) across many functional areas to support OC-ALC and Tinker Air Force Base logistics challenges worldwide. Specific services include management and professional support, studies, analyses and evaluations, and engineering and technical services. The TAASC contract vehicle is available to all OC-ALC and Tinker AFB agencies.

HEBCO has a long history of working with the Air Force, OC-ALC and Tinker AFB, including such activities as development and sustainment of technical data and documentation. "The TAASC award provides HEBCO with increased opportunities to assist OC-ALC and Tinker AFB in support of vital national defense initiatives," said Bryan Billingsley, HEBCO president.

HEBCO will coordinate the allocation of task orders among its team members, Consulting Services Inc (CSI), Longwave, Valdez International, MacAuley Brown, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Business Technologies and Solutions (BTAS) to ensure that OC-ALC receives the ideal mix of capabilities for the identified scope of work.

HEBCO, based in Oklahoma City, is a small business provider of engineering and technical services to all branches of the United States military, as well as to customers in selected commercial markets. With more than 70 employees in three cities nationwide, HEBCO employees work daily to solve technical challenges for customers' mission-critical functions.
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Date:Mar 15, 2007
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