The U.S. Navy has awarded contracts to five companies for technical, professional support and related administrative services to the Center for Civil Military Relations.
Up to 2 percent of total contract work could cover training of foreign troops or education of officials under the foreign military sales program, the Defense Department said Thursday.
Awardees will compete for work by bidding on individual task orders and the Navy will determine funding for each individual order.
Work will occur through July 31, 2014 and could extend to July 30, 2016 if the Navy exercises all options.
Contract details include:
- Camber Corp. won $32, 989, 009, will compete for $99, 685, 514
- Deloitte Consulting LLP won $10, 016, 317, will compete for $30, 769, 810
- General Dynamics Information Technology (NYSE: GD) won $30, 752, 682, will compete for $94, 045, 583
- Mission Essential Personnel won $4, 921, 667, will compete for $14, 975, 766
- Vose Technical Systems General won $5, 460, 771, will compete for $16, 498, 593
The Pentagon said the Navy received seven offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contracts via its E-Commerce website and the FedBizOpps website.