Odyssey Wins Air Force Engineering, Professional, Administrative, And Support Services (EPASS) Task Order to Support AFLCMC/WII MAUAS Division

January 17, 2020 (Wakefield, Mass.) – Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd. (Odyssey), a leading provider of management, analytical, and technical support services for Government and private-sector customers, is excited to announce the award of a five-year, $295 million task order supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s (AFLCMC) Medium Altitude Unmanned Aircraft System (MAUAS) Division (AFLCMC/WII) under the Center’s Engineering, Professional, Administrative, and Support Services (EPASS) program. Odyssey will expand our full-spectrum advisory and assistance (A&AS) acquisition lifecycle support services to advance WII’s mission responsibility of arming the warfighter with timely UAS solutions.

“The opportunity to support the MAUAS Division is tremendously exciting,” said Odyssey CEO Tom Portlock. “The importance of the MQ-9 Reaper to the U.S. Air Force and our warfighters is unparalleled, and we will make every effort to ensure the continued success of the close air support, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities of the platform.”

“We are honored to extend our warfighter assistance for this critical mission. Odyssey looks forward to providing unparalleled support to the MAUAS program, as well as continuing the growth of our government services offerings,” added Odyssey’s Director of Dayton Operations and EPASS Programs, Elizabeth Matthews.

The contract start date is 1 June 2020, and work in support of the MQ-9 Reaper UAS will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, three locations in California (Poway, San Bernardino County, and Palmdale), as well as Creech AFB, Nev. and Robins AFB, Ga. Further details on program transition and employment will be released soon, but in the meantime, the basics can be found at https://www.odysseyconsult.com/reapertransition.