GSA awards logistics contract to SAIC

GSA awards logistics contract to SAIC

By Kevin McCaney

GCN Staff

JAN. 2—The General Services Administration has awarded a contract to Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego to provide services under GSA's Logistics Services Worldwide contract. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract covers a five-year base period, with an estimated total value of $240 million, and has a five-year option.

GSA's Management Services Center for the Northwest/Arctic Region, based in Auburn, Wash., awarded and will administer the contract, which is open to agencies governmentwide.

The Logistics Services Worldwide contract, known as LOGWORLD, is a Multiple-Award Schedule through which agencies can upgrade or replace existing systems.

Services offered under SAIC's contract include supply chain operation, acquisition support and prime vendor services, the company said. The contract also allows agencies to purchase new services as they are developed.

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