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VSE upgrading Army tech manuals

June 7, 2012 at 11:07 AM
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ALEXANDRIA, Va., June 7 (UPI) -- A $17.8 million U.S. Army task order has been given to VSE Corp.'s Federal Group for the upgrade of logistics technical manuals.

The firm-fixed-price, level-of-effort order is under the Army's Program Executive Office for Combat Support and Combat Service Support Omnibus III and is for a one year.

VSE said that, under the task order, it will update manuals and other publications managed by the TACOM Lifecycle Management Command with the latest changes to engineering technical data. Two-Level Maintenance policy changes will also be upgraded.

"For over two decades, VSE has supported the TACOM Lifecycle Management Command " said VSE's Federal Group President Donnelle Moten. "TACOM is an important customer and this work is vital to the continued safety of the soldier."

Added Jim Coritz, director of the company's Systems Engineering Division: "This award allows us to maintain continuous support of this effort to the ILSC. We are proud to continue ensuring the technical documentation provided to the soldier is current and relevant so that they can focus on the important task of defending our country and allies."

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