Naval Supply Systems Command has kicked off an industry competition for a multiple-award contract vehicle worth potentially $246.8 million to address strategic transformation goals across its enterprise.
Scope of services under the five-year contract includes strategic planning, digital and cyber transformation, organizational design, data analytics, knowledge management and enterprise risk management support work, according to a solicitation notice posted Tuesday on SAM.
The solicitation comes more than four months after the U.S. Navy launched the Naval Sustainment System-Supply steering group to help update the branch’s supply chain processes.
NAVSUP and other Department of the Navy organizations could obtain contractor support services through the new procurement vehicle to carry out their supply chain transformation initiatives.
Interested parties can submit proposals through April 6.