SOS International to Provide Army Base Life Support in Iraq for $125M

SOSI SOS InternationalSOS International will provide base life support at U.S. Army bases in Taji and Besmaya in Iraq through mid-2018 under two prime contracts worth $125 million combined in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

The company said Wednesday the contracts cover lodging, office space, medical and meal services, Internet communications and other services, equipment, supplies and facilities for deployed forces and contractors.

“This is the first time the Army has contracted for a single turnkey solution that includes not just basic life support services, but emergency medical and fire services, bulk food and fuel, and perimeter security as well, ” said SOSi CEO Julian Setian.

He noted that the company’s fixed-price approach to contracting works to help SOSi meet requirements and standards for cost and performance.

Check Also

Vigor

Vigor Industrial Subsidiary to Modernize Navy Destroyer Ship Under Potential $156M Contract

Vigor Industrial's marine subsidiary has secured a potential $155.6M firm-fixed-price contract to help the U.S. Navy modernize and maintain the USS McCampbell guided missile destroyer. The company will update the ship's mechanical and electrical systems, hull and communications, digital video surveillance and warfighting equipment as part of a depot maintenance availability, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Parsons

Parsons Gets $178M Intell Community Security Analysis IDIQ; Robert Miller Quoted

Parsons (NYSE: PSN) has secured a potential five-year, $178M contract to help the U.S. intelligence community analyze measures for securing physical and technical assets.