Lockheed wins $8B Special Operations Command logistics recompete
- By Ross Wilkers
- Aug 14, 2017
Lockheed Martin has won a potential 10-year, $8 billion contract to continue its logistics and sustainment support services to Special Operations Command.
This continues Lockheed's work from the predecessor Special Operations Forces Contractor Logistics Support Services contract first awarded in 2010 for a $5 billion ceiling value.
The new Special Operations Forces Global Logistics Support Services contract is Socom's largest service contract vehicle.
SOF GLSS covers non-personal logistics services both inside and outside the continental U.S. with the primary location of work in Lexington, Ky. The contract aims to help facilitate systems integration, airframe modification and procurement of products and services for operational requirements of organizations within Socom, according to Deltek.
Socom received five proposals for the recompeted SOF GLSS contract.
Key work areas for Lockheed include:
- Aviation research, development, test and evaluation support
- Warehouse and supply services
- Small arms weapons repair
- Communications equipment and electronic repair
- Ground and maritime platform repair
- Manufacturing and production
- Logistics support teams
- Lifecycle sustainment management
- Logistics automation integration
- Minor construction
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