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Clothing | Contracts - Modifications | Logistics | Other Corporation | USA

$16M for US DLA Clothing Store and Forward

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DID has been focusing on some of the “high-profile, high glamour” items recently, but a lot of military spending is more quotidian. For instance, Lion Vallen Ltd. Parternship in Dayton, OH won a maximum $16 million firm-fixed-price contract for ordering, storing and receiving DLA owned goods for the clothing and textile supply chain, receiving material release orders and shipping to government customers. These include the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and federal civilian agencies. Work will be performed in Dayton, OH and Suffolk, VA. This is a one-year service term option exercising its fourth year option, and the performance completion date is Nov. 20, 2006. There were 50 proposals submitted and 7 responded. The Defense Supply Center Philadelphia in Fort Belvoir, VA issued the contract (SP0100-99-C-0333 (C )).

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