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Contracts - Awards | Small Business | Support Functions - Other | USA

Up to 3 Years, $730M for Asstd. USN Support Work

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In August 2011, the US Fleet Logistics Center San Diego, Regional Contracts Department in San Diego, CA issued up to $730 million in contracts over a 3-year period, for a wide range of temporary support services that will be defined in individual task order requests. These services will encompass 15 functional areas: administrative support and clerical services, quarters management services, healthcare services (excluding doctors, nurses and physician assistants), information and arts, information technology, instructional and training services, maritime material handling, mechanics and maintenance and repair, plant and system operation, engineering/technical support, mobile equipment operation, financial management, specialized technology, industrial services, and general services and support. The winning small business firms, and regions contracted, include: * Alutiiq 3SG, LLC in Anchorage, Alaska * Coastal Management Solutions, Inc. in Virginia Beach, VA * Logistics Support, Inc. in Washington, DC * Quantell, Inc. in Grantsville, MD * Stellar Support Services II, LLC in Virginia Beach, VA * Symtech, Inc. in Sarasota, FL * Tek Source USA, Inc. in Tampa, FL * Zenetex, Inc. in Herndon, VA The requirements are segregated into 4 regions, and each region will receive 6 cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity global business support contracts for 1 base year (to August 2012), with […]

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