The contract, which has four 1-year options, is worth a potential $46 million.
"There is a reason the Army has selected Northrop Grumman to support its mission at Fort Eustis for so long," said Bill Carty, vice president and general manager of the company's Technical Service' Defense and Government Services division. "Our focus is always on sustained superior performance, responsive to our customer's requirements, while employing innovative solutions to meet today and tomorrow's challenges at Fort Eustis.
Northrup Grumman said it has worked with the Army at Fort Eustis for nearly 30 years.
Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity agreement Northrop Grumman will provide supply management, installation transportation support and equipment maintenance, including marine, engineering and combat vehicle maintenance.
The contract was issued by the Field and Installation Readiness Support Team of the Army's Mission Installation Contracting Command.
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