Army taps MTS for support services

MTS Technologies Inc. will help the Army with engineering, logistics, technical and program support under a $175 million contract.

The contract, a five-year Omnibus III blanket purchase agreement, was awarded by the Army Program Executive Office for Combat Support and Combat Service Support in Warren, Mich.

MTS is a small business based in Arlington, Va. Its teammates on the contract include Allen Corp. of America, BearingPoint Inc. and Concurrent Technologies Corp.

MTS' Advanced Systems Division in Troy, Mich., will manage the contract, the company said. In addition to work in Michigan, the contract also covers facilities in Johnstown, Pa., Arlington and other Army sites.

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