Chenega Subsidiary to Provide Fee Basis Providers to Military Entrance Processing Command Under $152M IDIQ

A Chenega subsidiary has received a potential five-year, $151.7M contract from the U.S. Army to provide fee basis providers who will help perform medical screening of applicants seeking to join the armed forces.

Chenega Tri-Services will recruit, hire and assign FBPs at 66 sites across the U.S. and Puerto Rico in support of Military Entrance Processing Command, the Army said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday.

Work to be carried out by FBPs at MEPCOM’s processing stations includes medical pre-screening; physical examinations; medical histories; medical test reviews; and assessment of medical documentation to determine whether an applicant is qualified to serve in the military, according to the performance work statement

The Army awarded the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competitive 8(a) acquisition process.

San Antonio-based Chenega Tri-Services is a certified 8(a) small disadvantaged business that provides health care and research support, environmental consulting, facilities and logistics and health information technology services to military and federal agencies.

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