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SupplyCore Wins $375M Contract for US Military Facility MRO Support Services

SupplyCore has won a potential $375 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide supplies necessary for the maintenance, repair and operation of U.S. military facilities.

The small business awardee will also perform incidental services under the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.

DLA received five responses via a competitive acquisition process for the requirement.

The IDIQ award consists of a two-year base period and a pair of 18-month options. Contract work will occur in South Korea and the ordering period is scheduled to end on Jan. 26, 2025.

Defense working capital funds for fiscal year 2023 through fiscal 2025 will be appropriated on the procurement.

Rockford, Illinois-based SupplyCore has provided supply chain and technology integration services to military customers since 1987.

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