QinetiQ North America wins US Marines logistics contract
QinetiQ North America has announced that it has been awarded a task order to provide logistics and inventory support to the Global Combat Support Systems - Marine Corps (GCSS-MC). Awarded by the Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM), the contract will see the company support the GCSS-MC program office with the integration and fielding of the Warehouse Management System (WMS) as a component of the fielded GCSS-MC enterprise system.
The task order is known as the Global Combat Support Systems-Marine Corps, Operational Enhancement Fielding, and will involve QinetiQ North America applying logistics applications expertise and systems management solutions to automate Total Force Integration tools for GCSS-MC. According to the company this work will enhance the material management, equipment accountability/visibility, and material readiness of serialised equipment, no matter its status or location in theatre.
According to QinetiQ North America, the $13 million dollar task order's total value has already been funded at $4.3 million. The task order has a one-year base period of performance with two one-year options.
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