As reported yesterday on GovCon Wire, KBR claimed a $2.8 billion deal with the military to continue support in Iraq.
KBR has announced that they will provide CLSS (Corps Logistics Support Services) at multiple locations in Iraq. Services will include vehicle maintenance (organizational and direct support levels), Supply Support Activity, Central Issue Facilities, Self Service Supply Centers, Ice Plant Services, some Air Terminal Operations and Bulk Fuel Operations to include fuel laboratories.
Also they will work on TTM (Theater Transportation Mission) which will include multiple transportation functions such as Bulk Fuel Transportation, Sustainment Transportation (movement of maintenance repair parts and other supplies), Heavy Equipment Transport, Movement Control Functions, Material Handling Equipment functions, Recovery Operations and refrigerated transport.
Included in the KBR deal is Postal Services which will include supporting Joint Military Mail Terminal functions, distribution and transportation of mail, augmentation of Army Post Offices, mail handling equipment, mail processing, and receiving and sorting mail.
“This award demonstrates the U.S. government’s recognition of KBR’s ability to deliver high-quality logistics services in challenging contingency environments, ” said Bill Bodie, president, KBR North American Government and Defense. “We look forward to providing the U.S. military with a critical force enabler as we enter into a new phase of our mission in Iraq.”