$75M Base Operations Contract Being Put to Work in New Orleans

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Katrina (click to view full) V.T. Griffin Services, Inc. in Atlanta, GA won a maximum $75 million cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract for base operating support (BOS) services at various federal locations in the Southeastern United States. Task Order 0001 was awarded concurrently with the basic contract in the amount of $6.2 million for Tent City BOS services at Joint Reserve Base, Naval Air Station New Orleans. Work for this task order is expected to be complete by December 2005. Work to be performed on the contract generally includes laundry, galley, facility support, janitorial, pest control, refuse collection/ recycling, groundskeeping, electrical generation and distribution, water and wastewater. At the time of award, work was expected to be performed at various federal locations in Texas (11%); Louisiana (12%); Mississippi (11%); Alabama (11%); Florida (11%); Georgia (11%); North & South Carolina (11% each); and Virginia (11%). We shall see whether recent events change that. The contract end in September 2006, and was procured using other than full and open competition by limiting the number of sources to seven firms to submit proposals for the solicitation; five proposals were received. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific in Pearl Harbor, HI issued this contract (N62742-05-D-3600).

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