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Haas TCM Reaps Major Privatization Wins

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As part of the USA’s BRAC(Base Realignment and Closing) 2005 process, recommendations were handed down to the US Defense Logistics Agency to privatize a series of product commodities, and eliminate the government’s wholesale stock in key areas. The DLA manages logistics on behalf of all US military branches, and federal civilian agencies as well. These Commodity Management Privatization (CMP) activities would have to take place within a framework of public-private partnership, with goals that included improved delivery, improved management, and lower cost of ownership. It is just one component of the DLA’s Transformation Roadmap. Small business qualifier Haas TCM of West Chester, PA now has two major wins under this process. One is a $2 billion privatization contract. The other is a major subcontracting role in a $6.2 billion privatization contract… According to the DLA, their top supply and storage foci stemming from BRAC(Base Realignment & Closure) 2005 are as follows: * Depot level reparable (DLR) Procurement Management Consolidation (including consumable item transfer (CIT) * Commodity Management Privatization * Supply, Storage and Distribution management Reconfiguration On April 30, 2007, DefenseLINK announced that Haas TCM had won a fixed-price with economic price adjustment contract covering privatization of compressed gas and cylinder […]

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