SAIC Wins $950M DLA Contract

The Defense Logistics Agency headquarters building on Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Photo: Mike Vaccaro/U.S. Army

The Defense Logistics Agency headquarters building on Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Photo: Mike Vaccaro/U.S. Army

Technology integrator Science Applications International Corp. has won the Federal Supply Group – 80 Tailored Logistics Support Program contract from the Defense Logistics Agency.

The single-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has a ceiling value of $950 million and extends SAIC’s partnership with DLA in supporting U.S. warfighters worldwide, said Jim Scanlon, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC’s Defense Systems Group.

“We’re looking forward to bringing our expertise and technical solutions, such as our Integrated Logistics Toolkit and hazardous materials management, to bear to help improve service delivery to the Department of Defense,” he added.

The contract calls for SAIC to take over supply chain management for the FSG 80 commodity, which includes paints; preservation and sealing compounds; and adhesives. The company will leverage its Integrated Logistics Toolkit to help manage the supply chain for the commodity, which goes out to more than 5,000 DOD locations.

The toolkit is a suite of open-source software applications that optimizes performance on large, supply chain management programs. It automates collection of requirements, forecasting demand, and inventory and delivery management and optimization.

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