Companies will compete for task orders to support the Chemical Materials Agency‘s requirements for stockpile elimination, stockpile storage and non-stockpile chemical material programs.
Task orders to work with the CMA and the Army’s program executive office for assembled chemical weapons alternatives will be issued on a cost-plus-fixed-fee completion basis or firm-fixed price, the notice says.
Other work will include program management, integration and technical services.
The Army Contracting Command‘s Aberdeen Proving Ground center awarded the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
These companies also recently won positions on a potential $171 million Navy contract to analyze command and intelligence systems and provide the branch other engineering services for C4I systems.