BAE Wins Army Hawaii Logistics Contract

BAE Systems won a $32,392,001 U.S. Army contract to provide logistical support at Hawaii-based military installations, the Defense Department announced Tuesday.

The company’s technology solutions and services unit will support transportation, maintenance and supply.

Work will occur at the Schofield Barracks, East Range, Wheeler Army Airfield, Fort Shafter and Pohakuloa Training Area.

The Pentagon expects work to finish on Feb. 28, 2018.

The Army solicited 54 bids for the contract and received seven bids.

The Army’s regional contracting office at Fort Shafter, Hawaii is the contracting activity.

The company is also contracted to provide load carrying equipment to the Defense Logistics Agency.

The Army is the using service for that contract.

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