VSE and CB&I Federal Services joint venture VS2 has been awarded a contract to provide logistics support services to the US Army.
Awarded under the army’s Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) programme, the task order features a base year, four one-year options, and one six-month option, and support base operations and logistics at Fort Benning, Georgia, US.
The task order has a maximum potential value of $263m, with VSE’s share estimated to be approximately $110m, if all options are exercised.
VSE president, CEO and COO Maurice Gauthier said: "The VS2 Team was formed specifically to provide mission-ready responsive logistics in support of various army installations under the EAGLE contract, including Fort Benning.
"Our proven leaders, systems, and services are designed to enhance customer service, strengthen performance accountability, reduce costs, and eliminate redundancies to ensure the success of the men and women at Fort Benning."
Under the contract, the VS2 team will provide on-site contractor logistics support at Fort Benning, including material maintenance, supply services, ammunition services, transportation, and associated logistics analysis and management functions.
The team also includes Advanced Technology Logistics, Bering Straits Logistics Services, DA Defense Logistics, The Logistics Company, and Accent Controls.
The EAGLE programme is used to procure material maintenance services, retail/wholesale supply services and transportation support services to transport and maintain equipment in and out of theatre, and reset equipment so it is ready for deployment, training troops, and maintaining inventory, services and spare parts availability.
Built in October 1918, Fort Benning supports more than 120,000 active-duty military, family members, reserve component soldiers, retirees, and civilian employees on a daily basis.
The installation serves as home to the US Army Maneuver Center of Excellence, the US Army Armor School, US Army Infantry School, the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, elements of the 75th Ranger Regiment, 3rd Brigade-3rd Infantry Division, and several additional tenant units.