The U.S. Department of Defense has selected a Stafford County defense contractor to provide chemical and biological defense expertise.
It has awarded Davis Defense Group two multiple-award contracts to support the Joint Program Executive Office Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEO CBRND) and the Joint Enterprise—Omnibus Program, Engineering and Technical Support (JE OPETS).
The indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts have a combined potential value of nearly $500 million. The vehicles allow the federal government to obtain the professional civilian personnel to supplement and support program management, systems engineering, and technical assistance requirements as needed to facilitate systems development and life-cycle management activities across the JPEO-CBRND Enterprise.
Davis Defense Group is a Women-Owned Small Business that has supported the JE OPETS contract as a subcontractor since 2012, and employs over 600 people worldwide. Its service solutions include business analytics, acquisition, engineering, logistics, science and technology, and education.
The JE OPETS contracts have a five-year base period, a one-year option, and a potential six-month extension period to provide support through 2025. The company is accepting applications from cleared professional job seekers via JEOPETS@davisdefense.com.