The U.S. Air Force plans to fold operations, maintenance, systems engineering and sustainment work at the Eastern and Western Test Ranges and the Space and Missile Systems Center into a single contract, estimated to be worth about $3.8 billion over 10 years. The draft request for proposals for the U.S. Air Force Launch & Test Range Systems Integrated Support Contract, or LISC, is expected to be released this month. Boeing on June 7 formally announced its entry into the competition. ...

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