Support requirements may be in the U.S. for troops preparing to deploy, or worldwide. Requirements focus on logistics and contingency skills and capabilities to support the Department of Defense, U.S. government inter-agencies, and non-governmental and coalition forces. The maximum revenue value for each provider is $5 billion per year for up-to-10 years.
The contract’s objective is to use civilian contractor support for selected services, in order to free military units to perform other missions, or to fill shortfalls.
- Afghanistan South AOR (ASAOR)
DI provides operations and maintenance support, including facilities management, electrical power, water, sewage and waste management, laundry operations, food services and transportation motor pool operations for existing bases and construction services for additional sites in the south.
DI provides maintenance and logistics support to the U.S. Army National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California. DI also provides support to U.S. Army CONUS-based exercise requirements through base life support operations as well as supporting the USACE during post-natural disaster response missions.
DI provides two LOGCAP Regional planners at Camp Henry in Daegu, Korea in support of Army contingency planning for the Korean Peninsula. DI also provides support to the U.S. Army Garrison – Kwajalein Atoll and to the Reagan Test Center. Support includes base life support, public works operations, logistics, theater transportation support, aviation, maritime operations and a range of community activities including Child and Youth Services, Elementary through High School education services, MWR and medical support.
Contract Number: W52P1J-07-D-0007
End Date: 07/2019
Awarding Agency: U.S. Army
Authorized Users: Any DoD customer whose work falls into the stated scope can use this IDIQ.
Contract Ceiling: $150B
Contract Types: Firm Fixed Price, Cost Plus Fixed Fee
NAICS Code: 561210 Facilities Support Services
Contract access fee: 0.75%
Contract Scope: LOGCAP IV is the Army component of the Department of Defense’s effort to engage U.S. companies in providing a broad range of support services for U.S. and allied forces during combat, peacekeeping, humanitarian, and training operations.
- Supply operations, such as the delivery of food, water, fuel, spare parts, and other items
- Field operations, such as dining and laundry facilities, housing, sanitation, waste management, postal services, and Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities
- Other operations, including engineering and construction, support to communication networks, transportation and cargo services, and facilities maintenance and repair
Senior Vice President and Program Manager, LOGCAP