Navy Taps 14 Firms for Potential $750M Administrative, Healthcare Support IDIQ

U.S. NavyThe U.S. Navy has awarded 14 companies spots on a potential five-year, $750 million contract for administrative, healthcare and clerical support services.

The service branch awarded the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competitive procurement process with 112 proposals received, the Defense Department said Friday.

The awardees are:

  • 22nd Century Technologies
  • Alutiiq Pacific
  • ASR International
  • ATA Services
  • Blackwatch International
  • Coastal Management Solutions
  • Dellew
  • Glocoms
  • Logistics Support
  • MCH Consulting Services
  • RTL Networks
  • Technologists
  • Tek Source USA
  • The Magetti Group

The contract contains a one-year base term worth $40.4 million plus four option years and also covers repair and maintenance, information technology, quarters management, technical and engineering support, financial management, industrial, plant and system operation, mobile equipment operation and maritime material handling support services.

DoD said work could run through September 2021 if all options are exercised and will occur in several states across the U.S. as well as in Guam and Puerto Rico.

The Naval Supply Systems Command’s fleet logistics center in San Diego will obligate $40, 000 from the service branch’s fiscal 2016 operation and maintenance funds at the time of award.

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