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DLA Awards ASRC Subsidiary Potential $500M Navy Supply Chain, Logistics Support Contract

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DLA Awards ASRC Subsidiary Potential $500M Navy Supply Chain, Logistics Support Contract

ASRC Federal subsidiary ASRC Federal Facilities Logistics has secured the Defense Logistics Agency’s potential 10-year, $500 million Navy Industrial Prime Vendor Generation IV contract to provide supply chain management and logistics support for the U.S. Navy.

Chris Frye, senior vice president of supply chain management and logistics at ASRC, said the subsidiary will use an integrated solution to deliver reliable and timely support to improve fleet and warfighter readiness. He added that the subsidiary provides an integrated supply chain management solution that can support weapon system maintenance, overhaul and repairs.

Services to be delivered include demand planning and forecasting, parts acquisition, inventory management, material planning, shelf-life management and obsolescence management, ASRC Federal said.

The DLA issued a formal solicitation for the Navy Industrial Prime Vendor Generation IV contract in February. According to the agency’s solicitation, the contract is intended to support fleet readiness centers located at Marine Corps Air Station in North Carolina, two naval air stations in Florida and California, and 13 satellite facilities.

ASRC Federal has been securing various contracts from different government agencies in recent months, including a five-year, $90 million deal from the National Institutes of Health for environmental health data analysis and a $56.6 million deal from the General Services Administration to provide analytical support to Air Combat Command.

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