GAO Decision Paves Way for Transcom to Re-Award Global Household Goods Contract to ARC

GAO Decision Paves Way for Transcom to Re-Award Global Household Goods Contract to ARC
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U.S. Transportation Command hasre-awarded the potential $7.2B Global Household Goods Contract to American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Groupafter the Government Accountability Office denied a protest of thecontract award and Transcom completed its assessment.

GHC was initiallyawarded on April 30 and includes the provision of global relocationservices for the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Defense andstorage-in-transit of household goods, ARC saidMonday.

ARC will work with subcontractors toprovide equipment, personnel, materials and other tools needed to providerelocation support for defense personnel and their families under GHC, whichhas a transition phase of nine months and may run for over nine years shouldthe government exercise all options.

ARC’s subcontracting partners on GHCinclude Atlas World Group, Deloitte,Suddath, The Pasha Group and UniGroup.

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