Neil Albert: MCR Adds Financial Support Work With Transcom

Neil Albert
Neil Albert

MCR Federal has won a potential $49.9 million contract from the U.S. Transportation Command to provide financial services support for the command’s director for program analysis and financial management for nearly three years.

The company said Tuesday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers program and operational cost analysis, billing and revenue, financial improvement audit readiness, financial systems analysis for enterprise resource planning and other services.

MCR Vice Chairman Neil Albert said the company has been supporting Transcom for 20 years but the new contract will expand its market offerings to ERP and FIAR.

The contract will also consolidate the Transcom J8 office’s financial services needs under one procurement, MCR said.

The initial value of the IDIQ contract is $15.4 million for a one-year base period of performance.

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