Awarded April 14, the Kits, Recovery, Augmentation, Components and Engines (KRACEn) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) involves 42 small businesses.
It will enable the Navy, government customers and international partners to procure aircraft maintenance services and sustainment support more quickly.
The contractors will provide maintenance and support for single satellite sites, small aircraft quantities, personnel to augment government maintenance teams and overhaul capabilities for aircraft components and subsystems.
It marks the Navy Commander, Fleet Readiness Center’s first, multi-billion contract award.
The scope of work, set aside for small businesses, includes modification kit build and installations, recovery of downed aircraft, repair and overhaul of aircraft and components, repair and overhaul of engines and augmentation labor supplement for maintenance both ashore and at sea.
“Resicum is excited to support COMFRC and honored to have the opportunity to serve the U.S. Navy through the KRACEn contract vehicle," Managing Director Jeanine Zeitvogel said.
“As one of 42 small business industry partners, Resicum International will help enable COMFRC to effectively use the KRACEn enterprise contract vehicle allowing the Navy meet its sustainment needs expeditiously while delivering improved outcomes,” COMFRC Executive Director Roy Harris said. “KRACEn is a crucial addition to our traditional organic capabilities, providing us with the means to tap into the expertise of small business industry partners.”
Headquartered at 70 Main St. in Warrenton, Resicum International provides government and commercial clients with training, advisory and mission support services in aviation, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and specialized technical services.