The company will also perform logistical, technical and maintenance scheduling work to support NAE integration efforts, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
According to the Navy, representatives from U.S. military services, government agencies and companies collaborate through the NES to help ensure operational readiness of naval aircraft platforms.
LTM will perform 85.94 percent of contract work in North Carolina, 5.45 percent in Virginia, 3.63 percent in San Diego, 1.36 percent in Maryland, 1.37 percent in Arizona and 2.25 percent across various U.S. locations.
The Commander, Fleet Readiness Center Procurement Group is the contracting activity.
Virginia-based LTM offers project management, engineering, supply chain and logistics support to the government sector.