DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 12, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading engineering and technical services company supporting the U.S. Defense and Intelligence Community with over 2,000 employees worldwide, announced today that it has been awarded a position on the Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services (CAAS) IV Indefinite-delivery/Indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract by the United States Air Force. The total maximum ceiling of the five-year contract is $4.7 billion.

According to the Air Force, the CAAS IV IDIQ, multiple-award, fixed-price contract has been awarded to 29 companies. MacB will have the opportunity to bid on specific task orders to provide support services in the areas of management and professional support services; studies, analyses and evaluations; and engineering and technical services. The Air Combat Command Acquisition Management and Integration Center in Newport News, Va. is the contracting activity.


Based in Dayton, Ohio and with locations throughout the U.S., MacB is owned by industry veterans Syd and Sharon Martin and is a leading engineering and technical services company serving the U.S. Defense and Intelligence Community with over 2,000 employees worldwide. For over 30 years, customers have relied on MacB to provide a broad range of technology services, solutions and management support in the areas of Information Operations/Warfare; Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance; Electronic Combat Systems; C4I Systems; Threat Exploitation; Test and Evaluation; Information Technology Solutions; Systems Engineering and Integration; and Technical and Acquisition Management Support. MacB’s customers include various U.S. Intelligence Agencies, the U.S. Air Force, United States Special Operations Command, Air Force Materiel Command, National Air and Space Intelligence Center, U.S. Navy Naval Air Systems Command, United States Northern Command, multiple prime contractors and more. For more information on MacB, please visit

Andrew Miller
MCG Communications on behalf of MacB