Deloitte Wins Navy IDIQ for Recruiting, Personnel Analysis

Deloitte won an $11,993,873 Navy contract to provide business analysis and transformation services, the Defense Department announced Friday..

The government contracting and consulting firm will support the Naval Recruiting Command and the Chief of Naval Personnel on the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The Pentagon expects the work to finish by Dec. 31, 2012 and 70 percent of the work will occur in Alexandria, Va. with the rest in Cleveland, Arlington and Norfolk, Va. and Millington, Tenn.

The award includes a $100,000 minimum guarantee from operations and maintenance funding to be obligated on the first task order issued.

The Norfolk Contracting Department in is the contracting activity.

On Feb. 27, the Navy selected Deloitte, Booz Allen Hamilton and SAIC on an estimated $16 million contract for management and organizational services.

The three companies will compete for task orders to perform work, including human resource services for the Naval Air Systems Command.

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