Tetra Tech receives $76 million contract from FAA

Tetra Tech, Inc., a technical consulting company, recently announced that it received a $76 million contract from the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Office of Security and Hazardous Materials Safety (ASH) Information Technology Support Services.

Under the contract, which includes one base year and four option years, Tetra Tech will provide expanded operational and programmatic support services for the FAA's information technology and security programs. Tetra Tech will also provide the FAA with management help for hazardous materials tracking systems and specialized cybersecurity services.

"Our team also performs desktop/email/LAN support for the ASH program office at FAA headquarters in Washington, D.C.," Tetra Tech said. "We also offer application helpdesk support for over 30 web applications used by ASH personnel and more than 60,000 FAA users."

Tetra Tech has provided support services for FAA's ASH for more than 10 years through multiple contracts.

Tetra Tech provides engineering, consulting, construction management, program management and technical services. It supports commercial and government clients by providing solutions to complex issues based on infrastructure, energy, environment, natural resources and water.

The ASH protects FAA employees and facilities from criminal and terrorist acts to ensure the integrity of individuals working in the National Airspace System.