Fluor Wins Spot on GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule Contract
Irving, Texas-headquartered Fluor Corporation announced that it has been awarded by the General Services Administration a position on the Multiple Award Schedule contract. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base period with three five-year option periods. With its selection, it is now eligible to compete for task orders within the Facilities Category and the Professional Services Category of the GSA MAS, Fluor said Wednesday.
The engineering and construction company can now vie for 10 unique Special Item Numbers that align with its top North American Industry Classification Systems spending profiles.
In a statement, Tom D’Agostino, president of Fluor’s Mission Solutions business, said the award aligns with the firm’s strategy to expand its professional technical services capabilities and enables the growth of expertise with existing customers as well as new federal government agencies. Fluor’s position on this contract provides its customers with access to innovative solutions, he added.
The MAS is a long-term government-wide contract with commercial firms that provides access to a full range of management and consulting services at fair and reasonable prices. This can improve a federal agency’s performance and help it meet mission goals.
Fluor said that the Facilities Category provides operation and maintenance services to federal customers. It allows for the introduction of innovative solutions to professional engineering, program management and logistic needs.
In August, the Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command selected the company for a seven and a half-year position on the SeaPort Next Generation indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple-award contract. As a company selected for a position on SeaPort NxG, Fluor became eligible to compete for task orders across 23 functional areas.
Category: Federal Civilian
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