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DSC-EMI JV Wins $61M Contract to Help Manage USMC Base Operations

DSC-EMI JV Wins $61M Contract to Help Manage USMC Base Operations - top government contractors - best government contracting event
U.S. Marine Corps

The DSC-EMI Maintenance Solutions joint venture has won a potential $61.1M contract for management, maintenance, supervision and other services needed to ensure continuous operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in California.

The Department of Defense said Monday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract provides for base operation support that includes processing of recycled materials and handling of equipment.

DOD added the company will also be responsible for inspection, repair and sustainment of the base's transformer stations, fire protection systems, portable generators and light towers and heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment.

Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Southwest in San Diego received six proposals for the IDIQ and will provide $10.2M for a task order using USMC's fiscal 2021 operation and maintenance funds.

The contract has a base period, three option years, a pair of six-month options and an additional six-month extension period that would extend work through August 2026.

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