ITT Exelis wins US Army logistics contract
ITT Exelis has announced that it has been awarded a contract by the US Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command to provide logistics support services at Fort Rucker. Announced on 3 October, the contract is valued at $43 million.
Under the contract, ITT Exelis will provide maintenance operations, supply services, and transportation services. Exelis already provides similar services at other US military locations in the U.S. and overseas.
The work will be performed through the Fort Rucker Logistics Readiness Center. The cost-plus and firm-fixed-price contract includes the base year plus two, one-year option periods, and one, six-month option.
Ken Hunzeker, president of the Mission Systems division of ITT Exelis, commented: ‘We are very pleased to be selected as the logistics provider for the [US] Army’s Aviation Center of Excellence. We look forward to providing this critical mission support to the Fort Rucker community.’
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