The U.S. Army has started seeking proposals as it plans to award basic ordering agreements under the second iteration of a program for the procurement of logistics support services.
The Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise II program is a total small business set-aside procurement effort and covers services under three functional areas: maintenance, supply and transportation support services, according to a solicitation notice published Thursday.
Maintenance operations support under the EAGLE II BOA procurement include sustainment, field-level logistics, modification work orders, test measurement and diagnostics equipment and tactical maintenance.
Supply services cover retail and wholesale property accountability, supply support activity, standard army management information systems operations, readiness reporting and ammunition operations.
Transportation support services include central travel office, non-tactical vehicles support, central receiving and shipping, motor pool operations, hazardous materials shipments, railhead operations, installation transportation office, movement planning/arrival/departure control group and household goods operations.
Army Contracting Command-Rock Island said potential customers of the EAGLE II program may include the Department of the Army, other agencies within the Department of Defense, coalition partners, joint bases and foreign governments.
According to the notice, the total estimated dollars to meet potential logistics support requirements within and outside the contiguous U.S. could reach up to $913 million.
Proposals are due July 31.