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Up to $1.4B to Agility for Food Supply to U.S. Forces in Iraq

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Salad bar atAl Asad AB, Iraq The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) exercised its 3rd option period on a contract with Agility Defense & Government Services (DGS) for the supply and distribution of food and non-food products to U.S. forces in Iraq. The maximum value of the 18-month extension is $1.4 billion. The contract extension requires Agility DGS to handle procurement, shipping, warehousing and distribution of food and non-food products for all branches of the U.S. military. Agility DGS originally won the $4.6 billion Subsistence Prime Vendor contract (SPM300-05-D-3128) in December 2005. The extension covers the 3rd and final option year. DID has more on the Subsistence Prime Vendor Program… As a vendor, Agility supplies meat, poultry, fish, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, an array of prepared and processed foods, beverages, fresh and frozen bakery products, dairy and ice cream products, unitized group rations, meals ready to eat (MREs), health and comfort packs, and other products. Agility operates a large food warehouse in Kuwait and owns a fleet of dry, chilled and refrigerated trucks that deliver from that warehouse to bases in Iraq. Begun in 1994, the Subsistence Prime Vendor Program uses private contractors to supply food to the U.S. military […]

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