Army Names 1st Set of Awardees on $23B Logistics Vehicle

The U.S. Army has selected a group of contractors to compete for task orders on a $23.5 billion logistics support contract vehicle, Washington Technology reports.

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) announced Tuesday it holds a position on the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise program, which the company said is structured as a basic ordering agreement.

EAGLE covers equipment transportation and maintenance services, stock inventory tracking and equipment shelf life monitoring, the company said.

According to Washington Technology, EAGLE awardees include:

  • Alion Science and Technology Corp.
  • BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary
  • DynCorp International
  • ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS)
  • L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL)
  • URS Federal Services (NYSE: URS)
  • VT Services Inc.

Bidders who are not selected for the first round of contracts by Oct. 1 must notify the Army if they are interested in EAGLE’s second step between Oct. 1 and Oct. 5, according to the report.

The Army will issue the first set of task orders under this round by Oct. 15.

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