CSC received a task order from the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk to provide operations, maintenance and management support to the Navy Enterprise Network (ONE-NET) in the Far East, including Japan, Korea, Singapore and Guam. The task order, awarded under the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Schedule 70 contract, has a one-year base period and an estimated total value of $29 million. Teaming with CSC is C4 Planning Solutions in Blythe, GA. This task order follows a $75M ONE-NET task order awarded to CSC under the GSA ANSWER contract in 2005.
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VSE Federal Group received 2 contracts totalling $12 million from the U.S. Army to refurbish equipment shelters and fuel tankers. The 1st contract (W25GIV-08-A-8207), worth $10 million, is from the Tobyhanna Army Depot to refurbish Army S-280 and S-250 equipment shelters, which are portable, all-weather shelters for communications equipment and other transportable electronic equipment. VSE will provide inspection, repair, sealing, blasting, painting and testing of the equipment shelters.
The 2nd contract (W911RQ-09-D-0015), worth $2 million, is from Red River Army Depot to repair 68 M900 series up-armored fuel tankers coated with the fuel tanker self-sealant system (FTSS), which is a coating applied to the exterior surface of the fuel tank that will seal a leak caused by small arms fire within 20 minutes of impact. VSE will work with Red River to blast, paint and repair the tanker frames in addition to repairing damaged tanker bodies with the FTSS coating. The FTSS effort is mandated by the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command. Each tanker being repaired has a 5,000 gallon capacity.