KBRwyle provides specialized engineering, professional, scientific, and technical services for customers in the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and a variety of other federal agencies. Its areas of expertise include systems and sustainment engineering, program and acquisition management, life science research, space medical operations, information technology and test, and evaluation of aircraft, weapon systems, and networks. The company serves defense customers that include U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, Department of Defense, Joint Command, and marine corps; civilian, independent, and international agency customers that include National Aeronautical Space Administration, Department of Commerce, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Transportation; general services administration; Environmental Protection Agency; and European Space Agency.



KBRwyle was formerly known as Wyle Inc. and changed its name to KBRwyle in July 2016. Founded in 1949 by Frank S. Wyle (grandfather of actor Noah Wyle) as part of the rapidly expanding Southern California aerospace industry, Wyle Laboratories, Inc. began operations in El Segundo, CA as a testing laboratory. Over time, the company diversified into a variety of markets and businesses. Through a buy-out in 1995, the company was split into Wyle Electronics and the Scientific Services and Systems Group, which continued to operate as Wyle Laboratories. In 2007, the company decided to simplify its name to Wyle since its primary business focus had evolved into a wide range of high tech services and solutions. It still operates laboratories, but its primary business focus is on securing long term services contracts from the Department of Defense, NASA and other Federal agencies. As of July 1, 2016, KBRwyle operates as a subsidiary of KBR Holdings, LLC.



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