Anteon snags logistics contract

Anteon snags logistics contract

The General Services Administration last month awarded Anteon Corp. a contract under the agency's Logistics Worldwide Schedule.

Under the five-year contract, Anteon will provide logistics support to agencies. The Fairfax, Va., company estimates the schedule contract will be worth about $50 million.

The company also will offer training. Anteon and the Logistics Foundation of America of Atlanta will provide computer-based training, distance-learning courses and course certifications.

Each of the indefinite-quantity contracts awarded under the Logistics Worldwide Schedule has a base period of five years, plus options that could extend services up to 10 years.

'Julie Britt, Tony Lee Orr and Susan M. Menke


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