Five companies win $56.4M contract to support civil military relations center
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 28, 2014
Five companies will compete for work under a $56.4 million contract to support the Navy’s Center for Civil Military Relations.
The winners are:
General Dynamics Information Technology
Mission Essential Personnel
Vose Technical Systems General
Under the contract, the companies will provide technical, professional and administrative services.
Work will take place at Army Active, Reserve and National Guard posts within the United States at locations such as Monterey, Calif., Kailua, Hawaii, Tampa, Fla., and other places outside the United States, according to the Defense Department.
Five companies bid on this contract, and all companies won.
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