URS Federal Lead Randy Wotring on $23B Army EAGLE Contract

Randy Wotring

URS Corp.’s federal services division will compete to provide the U.S. Army with logistics support services through the branch’s Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise program, the company announced Tuesday.

The EAGLE program, structured as a basic ordering agreement, is potentially worth $23 billion to all awardees over five years.

Randy Wotring, president of federal services, said in a release EAGLE “is one of the military’s most significant logistics programs.”

“URS is a frequent partner on complex assignments for the Department of Defense and numerous other federal agencies,” he added. “We look forward to working with the Department of Defense on this important program.”

The company said it will compete for contracts to provide logistics and administrative support services such as program and operations management.

Other areas of work include maintenance, supply and transportation services to organizations within the Army’s logistics directorate, the Army’s Prepositioned Stocks program and ground equipment fleets.

 

Recent executive comments on the EAGLE program:

SAIC’s Glenn San Giacomo Comments on $23B Army EAGLE Program

DynCorp’s Kenneth Juergens Comments on $23B Army EAGLE Logistics Contract

CGI’s Barb Fast Comments on $23B Army EAGLE Contract Vehicle

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