SupplyCore Wins $118M GSA Logistics Support Contract

SupplyCore Wins $118M GSA Logistics Support Contract

SupplyCore has been awarded a potential $118.5M contract by the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Service to provide logistics operation support within U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Japan, according to an award notice posted Monday on the SAM website.

GSA sought contractor support to source, warehouse and deliver products to overseas customers within a three business-day period after order confirmation.

The agency noted it supplies office items, hardware, tools, furniture, houseware and cleaning products to federal civilian and military clients.

INDOPACOM is among the U.S. military's six geographic combatant commands and works with other government agencies in national security efforts.

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