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Delivery & Task Orders | Forces - Marines | Logistics | Other Corporation | Soldier's Gear | Support Functions - Other | USA

Kalman ICEs Order for USMC’s Combat Equipment Support

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US Marines on patrol(click to view larger) Kalman and Co. in Virginia Beach, VA received a $6.9 million task order to provide business and analytical support to the US Marine Corps Systems Command, Program Manager, Infantry Combat Equipment (PM ICE), Combat Equipment Support Systems (CESS). The PM ICE fields, sustains, and assesses clothing and equipment for Marines. Kalman and Co. will provide specialized analysis supporting CESS as it develops and refines the USMC’s requirements for asset management and logistics support improvements through the consolidation of equipment… CESS is engaged in an ongoing effort to assess current support practices, benchmark efficiencies, and validate course of action alternatives through applied analytical methods. Under this task order, Kalman will support multiple program initiatives; documentation development; research; production and fielding decisions; logistics support; Naval Logistics Integration support; and on-site representation. The company will perform the work at Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, VA, and Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, GA, with field service representatives at I Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF), II MEF, III MEF, Hawaii, and Marine Corps Logistics Base in Barstow, CA. Kalman expects to complete the work by Jan 29/11. Contract funds will expire Sept 30/10. The Marine Corps System […]

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