AECOM has secured one of six contracts worth up to $970 million in total to help the Defense Threat Reduction Agency manage a partnership effort toÂ reduce potential risks from weapons of mass destruction and related technology.
John Vollmer, president of AECOMâ€™S management services group and a three-time Wash100 recipient, said in a statement released Wednesday the award will extend the companyâ€™s more than 20 years of work supporting the DTRAâ€™s Cooperative Threat Reduction program.
The engineering firm noted its offerings to the program include training, architecture, engineering, facilities maintenance and program, sustainment and acquisition management support services.
AECOM’s URS Federal Services subsidiary will perform contract work at various locations worldwide.
DTRA also selectedÂ Black and Veatch, Jacobs Engineering Groupâ€™s CH2M subsidiary, PAE, Parsons and RaytheonÂ to support the agency’s CTR efforts