MCR Federal LLC has won three contracts worth at least $18 million to provide financial, logistic, engineering, and other services to the Air Force, Marine Corps and NASA.
According to a company statement, MCR has also been awarded a fourth contract worth up to $20 billion to compete for task orders under the National Institute of Health’s Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners 3 government-wide acquisition contract vehicle.
Under the first three contracts, MCR will provide:
- financial and budget analysis to the Air Force Military Satellite Communications Systems Directorate under the SMC Financial Support blanket purchase agreement
- acquisition, logistics, engineering and administrative support to the U.S. Marine Corps Program Manager Training Systems, Orlando, Fla., under a three-year subcontract with URS Federal Technical Services
- database and collection services to NASA and its centers under a NASA-issued BPA
For the NIH contract, MCR is a subcontractor to Emergint Technologies Inc. and will compete for IT services task orders. This contract includes five base years and one five-year option.
MCR president Vince Kiernan said the fourth contract “is a much sought-after vehicle that opens up healthcare and bio-medical markets throughout government for MCR.”
All federal agencies may obtain health-related IT services under the NIH contract vehicle.