KBR wins 10-year subcontract for US Air Force Human Performance Enhancement

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Houston, March 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — KBR (NYSE: KBR) today won a new subcontract with Bering Straits Information Technologies (BSIT), a subsidiary of Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC), in support of the U.S. Air Force's Air Combat Command. Providing human performance improvement services at various military bases around the world.

The Human Performance Optimization (HPO) contract is a multi-awarded IDIQ that is expected to be implemented over ten years. March 2034, and became one of the US Air Force's newest programs to improve human performance. In support of BSIT and the customer, KBR will provide resiliency and well-being services to military personnel at home and abroad. The agreement is specifically designed to improve physical and cognitive performance, reduce occupational injury rates, expedite return to duty, and ensure combat readiness in airmen and warfighter communities.

„KBR has an exceptional team of top doctors, athletic trainers, physical therapists, behavioral health professionals and other human performance experts. Their expertise shines through, and this success is a testament to their commitment,” said Byron Bright, President of KBR Government. Solutions for the U.S. „We are excited to work with Bering Straits Information Technologies and the U.S. Air Force on this important mission to build on our past successes and elevate military readiness to unprecedented levels.”

The HPO contract expands on KBR's more than 50 years of commitment to the broader health and human performance market for NASA and the Department of Defense. These include its two main contracts to manage the physical and mental readiness of NASA astronauts through the Health and Human Performance Contract, as well as supporting the unique resilience and well-being needs of U.S. Special Operations Forces under the Protecting the Force and Family (POTFF). ) contract.

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