Mission Essential Wins $107M DoD Technical, Analytical Support BPA

Jeff Brody
Al Pisani

Mission Essential has secured a potential five-year, $107M blanket purchase agreement to provide technical and analytical services to Department of Defense tenants in Stuttgart, Germany.

The company, led by Al Pisani, said it will support various commands including U.S. European Command, Special Operations Command Europe and U.S. African Command through the Staff Assistance and Support Expertise BPA.

Herndon, Va.-based Mission Essential added it looks to expand work with the U.S. military and its allied partners within Germany, Africa and Europe.

The regional contracting office of the U.S. Army's 409th Contracting Support Brigade in Stuttgart awarded the BPA.

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