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Delivery & Task Orders | Logistics | Other Corporation | USA

The DLA’s SSPP: When It Just Has to Get There

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No matter who you are these days, courier services for small packages are a fact of life. If you’re a big organization, of course, you negotiate bulk rates. The US military does, as these contracts from the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command in Alexandria, VA demonstrate. These contracts are under the Defense Logistics Agency’s Surface Small Package Program, and will terminate on Sept. 30, 2007. There were an unknown number of bids solicited via the World Wide Web on Aug. 20, 2003, and 3 bids were received. Recent announcements include: * FEDEX Ground Package Systems Inc. in Coraopolis, PA received a delivery order amount of $11.5 million as part of a $48.2 million firm-fixed-price contract (W81GYE-04-D-0033). Work will be performed in Susquehanna, PA (16.8%), New Cumberland, PA (16.8%), San Joaquin, CA (26%), Mechanicsburg, PA (16.8%), Richmond, VA (3%), Anniston, AL (1.5%), Barstow, CA (1.5%), San Diego, CA (1.5%), Jacksonville, FL (1.5%) Albany, GA (1.5%), Warner Robbins, GA (1.5%), Cherry Point, NC (1.5%), Corpus Christi, TX (1.5%), Norfolk, VA (1.5%), Depot Hill, Utah (1.5%), Puget Sound, Wash. (1.5%), Red River, TX (1.5%), Tobyhanna, PA (1.5%), Oklahoma City, OK (1.5%), and Columbus, OH (1.5%). * United Parcel Service in Washington, DC […]

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