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SOSi Lined Up for Army Contract on Base Life Support & Security at Camp Taji, Iraq

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 26, 2018 — SOS International is set to receive a sole-source U.S. Army contract for base life support and security services for a military facility in Taji, Iraq, and the U.S.-led task force working to counter the Islamic State militant group as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The Army Contracting Command – Rock Island said Thursday in a FedBizOpps notice that SOSi will be tasked to provide ground maintenance, waste management, lodging, meals, warehouse operations, entry control and other services as well as lease non-tactical vehicles for ammunition supply points at the Camp Taji Green Zone.

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