$203M to Lockheed Martin to Operate Fort Bragg Logistics CenterJun 28, 2009 16:56 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
Lockheed Martin received a task order to manage the Field Logistics Readiness Center (FLRC) at Fort Bragg, NC. The task order is valued at $203 million over a 5-year period of performance and was awarded under the multiple award indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity Field & Installation Readiness Support Team (FIRST) contract. There is a $9 billion ceiling for all task orders issued under the FIRST contract [PDF], according to the U.S. Army Contracting Agency.
DID has more on the work Lockheed Martin is performing at Fort Bragg as well as other FIRST work at Fort Stewart and Fort Benning in Georgia…
Under the Fort Bragg contract, Lockheed Martin will provide Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) units and the Army Materiel Command (AMC) with maintenance, material, and logistics services for troops serving both in the United States and overseas. The specific tasks that Lockheed Martin will perform include maintenance and repair of wheeled vehicles, weapons, power generation equipment, and engineering equipment for the Army Sustainment Command and 406th Training Support Brigade.
Lockheed Martin is performing similar work at FLRCs located in Fort Stewart and Fort Benning, Georgia. The company is providing the following services under those task orders: direct support maintenance of armored and wheeled vehicles, individual crew served weapons systems, communications and night vision equipment; inventory and supply chain management; transportation management services; and backup depot maintenance support for the Army Materiel Reset program, which takes Army equipment damaged in war and replaces or restores it for future missions.