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Agility Gets up to $128M to Store Deployed U.S. Soldiers’ Private Vehicles

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Private Vehicle Storage(click to view larger) Agility Defense & Government Services won 3 vehicle-storage contracts awarded by the U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM). Each award has a 1-year base and 4 one-year options. They are worth a combined $128 million over 5 years. The vehicles being stored are privately owned and belong to U.S. Army active military service members, including Army National Guard and Army Reserve, who are deployed overseas. DID has more on the individual contracts and subcontractors… Under the $42 million Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Storage Services-East contract, Agility DGS is the prime contractor and is responsible for storage of vehicles at the following U.S. Army bases in the eastern United States: Ft. Drum, Ft. Stewart, Ft. Benning, Ft. Polk, Ft. Bragg and Ft. Campbell. The main subcontractor is Fayetteville VPC. Under the $31 million POV Storage Services-Hawaii contract, Agility DGS is the prime contractor and is responsible for storage of vehicles at Schofield Barracks, a U.S. Army installation in Hawaii. The main subcontractor is the Dawson Group. Agility DGS will work as a subcontractor on the $55 million POV Storage Services-West contract, which was awarded to a team led by SDV Command Source, a service-disabled veteran-owned […]

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