DLA Awards $168M in Military Facility MRO Support Extension Contracts

Jeff Brody

Noble Supply and Logistics and SupplyCore have received 15-month, firm-fixed-price contracts worth a combined $167.5M from the Defense Logistics Agency to help all five U.S. service branches maintain, repair and operate facilities.

DLA awarded a $77.5M bridge contract to SupplyCore for facility MRO services within the country’s Southeast Region Zone 1 and a separate $99M contract for Noble to perform similar work across Southeast Region Zone 2, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The Pentagon expects both companies to finish services by Nov. 28, 2020. Both contracts were awarded via a sole-source acquisition process and will be funded with defense working capital funds for fiscal 2019 and fiscal 2020.

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