8 share $720M Navy support contract

The Navy has awarded eight small businesses 24 contracts spread across four regions of the country to provide a variety of support services. The combined value of the contracts is $730 million over three years.

The companies will compete for task orders where they won a contract. Each region has six winners.

The eight companies are:

  • Alutiiq 3SG, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska
  • Coastal Management Solutions Inc., Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Logistics Support Inc., Washington.
  • Quantell Inc., Grantsville, Md.
  • Stellar Support Services II LLC, Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Symtech Inc., Sarasota, Fla.
  • Tek Source USA Inc., Tampa, Fla.
  • Zenetex Inc., Herndon, Va.

The contracts are for a wide range of temporary support services in 15 areas: administrative support and clerical services; quarters management services; health care services (but not 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 eight winners were picked from 57 offers submitted to the Fleet Logistics Center in San Diego.

The winners by region are:

Area I - Hawaii: Coastal Management Solutions; Logistics Support; Quantell; Stellar Support Services; Tek Source; and Zenetex.

Area II - Southwest and Northwest: Coastal Management Solutions; Logistics Support; Quantell; Stellar Support Services; Symtech; and Tek Source USA.

Area III - Southeast: Coastal Management Solutions; Logistics Support; Quantell; Stellar Support Services; Symtech; and Tek Source USA.

Area IV - Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and Washington: Alutiiq 3SG; Coastal Management Solutions; Quantell; Stellar Support Services; Symtech; and Tek Source.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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