Malibu, California-based Divine Imaging has won a potential five-year, $60 million contract to supply commercial off-the-shelf items to the Defense Logistics Agency for use by the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and other service branches.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a one-year base term and four option years, Divine Imaging said Wednesday.
DLA received 24 proposals for the contract and expects work to run through March 20, 2022, the Defense Department said in a March 17 news release.
Kimberly Devane, founder and president of Divine Imaging, said the company aims to keep pace with the evolving needs of federal agency clients and changes in government procurement practices.
Divine Imaging is a woman-owned, small disadvantaged company that resells office supplies, hardware, tactical, consumer electronics, packing and shipping, computers and peripheral equipment categories to military and federal agencies through 19 government contracts.