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EODT awarded Worldwide Environmental Remediation Services (WERS) contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers

1st March 2010 - 07:59 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


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EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) was awarded a shared-capacity contract valued at $945 million by the US Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (USAESCH) to provide munitions clearance in support of contingency operations; legacy munitions clearance in support of the Military Munitions Response (MMR) Program; cleanup of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radiological Waste (HTRW) wastes; implementation of Chemical Warfare Material (CWM) Program projects; and support of demining and other international operations. The multiple-award task order, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity service contract has a base period of two years and three one-year option periods for a total of five years.

"Although we have long been a contractor for the Huntsville Corps, this is a benchmark win for EODT because we competed and were selected as a Large Business," said EODT president and CEO Matt Kaye. As prime contractor, EODT is joined by two key subcontractors for environmental support: CAPE, a small business known for global environmental remediation services; and SAIC, a large global environmental science and engineering company with specialized expertise in managing recovered chemical warfare materials. "We have balanced the EODT WERS team with a number of small business and specialty subcontractors, EOTI, Focus Environmental, HGL, and Alabama A&M Research Institute, to add depth and breadth."

EODT has provided munitions response services to the Huntsville Corps of Engineers continuously as a prime contractor since 1996, growing its capabilities to mirror the expanding program requirements.

Source: EODT


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