The Journal Record
OKLAHOMA CITY – Delaware Resource Group (DRG) is one of 25 businesses awarded by the United States Air Force the Training Systems Acquisition III Program (TSA III) multi-award IDIQ contract.
The ceiling for the contract is set at $20.9 billion over 10 years. The contract is for performance-based acquisition of military related training systems.
Since 2002, DRG has become a leading training service contractor specializing in the aerospace defense industry. Thousands of service men and women around the world count on DRG to provide critical training and logistics services for many of today’s modern military programs and aircraft.
“This award confirms DRG reputation as one of America’s leading training and support contract serving nationally and internationally the finest military in the world,” said Phil G. Busey Sr., chairman and CEO of the company.
DRG’s new corporate headquarters in under construction in the Quail Springs Corporate Park. The company has over 700 employees in 40 locations around the world.
The company has been awarded several other contracts this year, including a records management contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. International aerospace training operations are also expanding, DRG began expanded operations in Germany this summer. The company is transitioning to provide aerospace training services in India this Fall.
For more information on Busey and DRG, please visit www.drgok.com.