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Army awards $175m logistical analysis, support contract

The Army has awarded a $175 million blanket purchasing agreement for logistics services to support Tank-Automotive Command directorates.

The TACOM Integrated Logistics Support Center Omnibus Services contract went to MTC Technologies Inc. of Dayton, Ohio; DUCOM Inc. of Silver Spring, Md.; and Camber Corp. of Huntsville, Ala. The task order contract is for four years.

Vendors will provide logistical analysis and support for TACOM Life Cycle Management Command ILSC, allowing it to carry out its responsibility of sustaining the Army's ground systems inventory, according to Daniel Bigelow, director of investor relations and corporate communication at MTC.

DOD looks for support services as TRICARE program moves

TRICARE Theater Medical Information Program leaders are looking for a vendor to help them move.

TMIP is transitioning its data and workstations from the Deployment Health Support Directorate in Falls Church, Va., to the Defense Information Systems Agency in San Antonio. TMIP is asking vendors for installation, configuration and system support services for the transition.

TRICARE, the health plan for the Defense Department, is responsible for the medical needs of military personnel, veterans and their families. TMIP is a joint program between the TRICARE Medical Activity and the Defense Department's Military Health System.

Army awards CACI new deals for battle command support

The Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command has awarded CACI International Inc. three new task orders under the Strategic Services Sourcing contract.

CACI won the S3 contract in March. The new task orders are worth about $50 million, the Arlington, Va.-based company said. CACI is one of seven prime contractors on the S3 program, which has a total estimated ceiling of $19.25 billion.

One task order is for $38 million to support the Army Project Manager, Battle Command, to manage Army Battle Command Systems. An estimated $9.5 million task order was awarded for the Product Manager, Robotic and Unmanned Sensors. And a final award worth about $2.7 million was made to support the Project Manager, Aerial Common Sensor.

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