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CS And CAS Continue To Modernize The Air Force With Substantial Second Kessel Run Award

CS and CAS Continue to Modernize the Air Force with Substantial Second Kessel Run Award

Chenega Systems (CS) is proud to announce its newest contract award with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) in support of their Kessel Run Hybrid Unified Battle Space Services (HUBS) program. This massive $47M contract is CS’s largest contract to date and includes the design, buildout, and modernization of 65,000 square feet covering two floors of the building space. CS, alongside sister company Chenega Applied Solutions (CAS), will provide AFLCMC/Kessel Run with a comprehensive set of IT services and solutions through the implementation of their Modernization as a Service (MaaS) capability.

MaaS is a single turn-key solution that provides holistic services encompassing all aspects of the modernization process, from tools and technologies to environments, methodologies, culture, and vision. The CS team will provide the necessary Software Environment and Management Services to support Kessel Run and external customers using the Kessel Run Domain. Work will include providing all networking infrastructure, support personnel, equipment, supplies, software tools, design, and management services to deliver a modernized end-to-end hybrid software environment solution for authorized personnel directly supporting agile development and delivery of software.

Both the CS and CAS teams are looking forward to applying their expertise and state-of-the-art services to the new design for this mission-critical project.

About Kessel Run

Kessel Run is a Division within the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Digital Directorate. Kessel Run is building a scalable software factory to architect, manufacture, and operate warfighter systems to function effectively in highly contested environments, supporting operations ranging from routine to war.

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