Navy Awards $242M in IDIQ Contracts to 29 Companies for Worldwide Expeditionary Supplies, Services

The U.S. Navy has awarded 29 companies potential 10-year contracts worth up to $242 million combined to provide expeditionary supplies and services in support of military exercises, disaster relief, humanitarian missions and contingencies worldwide.

The fleet logistics center of Naval Supply Systems Command in Japan received 35 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, which have a five-year base term and a five-year option, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The performance period will kick off this July and could run through June 2031 should the service exercise all options. Work will occur in 22 geographic regions, including North America, Middle East, South America, Western and Eastern Europe, Central America and Southeastern Asia.

The IDIQ contracts have a combined base ceiling value of $121 million and the Navy will obligate $14,500 in operations and maintenance funds for fiscal 2021 to fund the contracts’ minimum amounts.

The awardees are:

  • Amentum
  • American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group
  • Bahrain Fujairah Marine Services W.L.L.
  • Crowley Government Services
  • DaeKee Global Co.
  • DFS Technical Services
  • Disaster Management Group
  • Downie Jones Ship Stores
  • Downie Jones Ship Stores
  • Global Defense Logistics SRL
  • Global Maritime Logistics Support
  • Horizon Strategies
  • JT Square
  • KVG
  • Meridian Global Consulting
  • Multinational Logistic Services
  • OPS Corp.
  • Qube Government Services
  • Relyant Global
  • Seabulk Logistics Services
  • Shipping Consultants Associated
  • Stirling Advanced Logistical Services
  • TechTrans International
  • Toll Remote Logistics
  • TranLogistics
  • US21
  • Vantage International Partners
  • Vectrus Systems
  • Waypoint
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