Amyx Secures $105M in DHA Program, Acquisition Support Contracts

Jeff Brody

Amyx has won a pair of fixed-price contracts worth $104.7M combined to support procurement and program management functions at the Defense Health Agency. The Reston, Va.-based contractor will help DHA manage contracting workload under a $56.8M contract that has an eight-month base period plus four one-year options, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Under a separate $47.9M contract, which contains nine base years and four option years, the company will provide acquisition and administrative support to complement government workplace systems. DHA will obligate a total of $13.3M to cover the base periods of performance. The agency issued the awards after a small business set-aside competition.

Locations of work include the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio and various facilities in Virginia, Texas and Colorado.  Efforts under the first contract will occur from Sept. 25 through May 31, 2024. Work on the second award is scheduled to conclude by June 17, 2024.

Amyx offers cybersecurity, information assurance, financial support, acquisition management and enterprise technology services.

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