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| ExecutiveGov

PAE has been awarded a task order to provide 

| ExecutiveBiz

PAE will maintain MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft units under a potential $13.9M task order under a U.S. Air Force contract for services in support of fielded active weapon systems.

PAE was awarded a task order to provide aircraft maintenance through December 2023 for Marine Air Group 24 at Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, and Marine Air Group 36 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, under the U.S. Air Force Contract Field Team Services indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity services contract. 

The task order is valued at $13.9 million, if all options are exercised, and contributes to PAE’s strategy of expanding the company’s footprint in the Pacific.

| WashingtonExec

Heather Dallara - Vice President of Contracts, PAE

Heather Dallara joined PAE in June after spending the last decade primarily supporting Defense Department customers. PAE’s beliefs include a commitment to excellence and integrity and maximizing the potential of its teams to ensure the best possible service to its clients.

“Empowerment, integrity and bringing out the best in others is part of the responsibility we take on as leaders, as well as for our customers,” Dallara said. “The alignment between PAE’s vision and my personal philosophies were a natural fit.”

| Inside Defense

The chief executive of PAE says President-elect Biden's promise to reengage internationally could lead to growth in the company's State Department work.

The State Department remains PAE's largest customer, even as the company has moved to grow its defense and intelligence work. In an interview with Inside Defense this week, John Heller, PAE's longtime CEO, said the "outlook is very positive."

| GovCon Wire

PAE (Nasdaq: PAE) has closed its $92M cash acquisition of Metis Solutions as part of efforts to expand its offerings and capabilities in intelligence analysis, training and program support areas. 

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