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ITT awarded task order to service US Army vehicles & equipment
The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a task order under the Field and Installation Readiness Support Team (FIRST) contract vehicle to ITT Corporation for maintenance staff services for the US Army Central Command (USARCENT) Special Troops Battalion (STB). Under this task order, ITT will provide support to the USARCENT STB in conducting maintenance, repair and other services for vehicles, generators and environmental control units in the Central Command area of operations.
The task order is for a one-year base period and includes options for four additional one-year periods, which if exercised will bring the total value of the project to approximately $6 million.
Work will be performed by ITT Systems, a division of ITT Corporation headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a global leader in providing maintenance sustainment and operations support for US military facilities, vehicles, equipment, ranges, networks, and systems.
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