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ITA International Awarded $78 Million Task Order

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NEWPORT NEWS—ITA International was recently awarded a $78 million, firm-fixed-price task order from the U.S. Air Force to provide support services at multiple locations across the Central Command for the Ninth Air Force (9 AF) Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron.

9 AF is the air component of the United States Central Command, a unified command that is responsible for air operations and developing contingency plans in support of national objectives for United States Central Command’s (USAFCENT) 21-nation area of responsibility in Southwest Asia. Additionally, USAFCENT manages an extensive supply and equipment prepositioning program at several area-of-responsibility sites.

“We are thrilled the Air Force has continued to put its trust in ITA,” said Mike Melo, chief executive officer of ITA International, in a press release. “We are committed to providing the personnel who know how and understand mission support services and look forward to helping Ninth Air Force operations.”

ITA will provide security support services to 9 AF, including base operations, administration, plans, Expeditionary Security Forces training, and military exercises, as required by the government at: Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates; Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait; Al Mubarak Air Base, Kuwait; Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait; Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Muwaffaq-Salti Air Base, Jordan; and Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar. The task order is in effect from May 2022 to November 2027.

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