Space

October 3, 2012

NASA selects contract for logistics management services

NASA has selected Akima Logistics Services LLC of Anchorage, Alaska to receive a contract to support the Logistics Management Services at the agency’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif. The contract has a maximum value of $48 million.

This is an indefinite-delivery- indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price, time and material hybrid contract that begins Monday, Oct. 1. The contract consists of a two-year base period with a 30-day phase-in and the option for three one-year extensions.

Under the terms of the contract, the company will provide supply and equipment management; property disposal; janitorial services; refuse and recyclable materials collection, removal and disposal; shipping, receiving, warehousing and re-distribution mail service. In addition, the contractor will provide vehicle fleet management; industrial property support; documentation support; business office support; and support the Ames Conference Center. The work will be performed primarily at Ames.

 




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