SAIC, SupplyCore win $500M in contracts for logistics support

The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded two contracts worth more than $500 million – one to SAIC and another to SupplyCore – to take care of its Tailored Logistics Support Prime Vendor Program for the southwest region.

SupplyCore, a Rockford, Ill.-based small business specializing in integration support, has won a $270 million contract to provide maintenance, repair and operations in Zone 1 of the southwest region. SAIC won a $247.5 million contract to provide maintenance, repair and operations support for Zone 2.

The Tailored Logistics Support Prime Vendor Program’s mission is to infuse supply chain management best practices into the procurement process of commercial goods and services to the government, according to its website.

Work will take place in Illinois and New Jersey and is expected to wrap up in February 2020.

Eight companies bid on this opportunity, according to the Defense Department.

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