DLH Holdings Corp. has announced today that it is part of a team that has been awarded
DLH Holdings Corp. has announced today that it is part of a team that has been awarded a three-year $7.4 million dollar contract by the US Army Installation Management Command (IMCOMM) to provide logistics support services to US Army Europe (USAREUR) Units. DLH will be a subcontractor to BMS.
The scope of the contract includes logistics and inventory management services using the Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS), Supply Support Activities (SSA), and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system to support US Army units at installations throughout Germany and Italy.
DLH’s Executive Vice President, John Armstrong (Colonel, US Army RET), commented: “The STAMIS PBUSE contract affords DLH the opportunity to provide our extensive logistical experience to our nation’s warfighters on a global scale. This is a critical contract that ensures that our soldiers have the resources they need to win the fight. We are honored to be part of the BMS team.”
BMS and DLH will support U.S. Army units in both Germany and Italy to manage logistics functions such as supply, material handling, customer support assistance and automated property book operations over the next three years. The contract begins phasing-in immediately and is valued at $7.4M over one base year, two option years, and an additional six month option.
“This contract will potentially assist in the US Army’s efforts to rebalance our Forces abroad in the coming years consistent with the current DoD Strategic Guidance while also enduring the migration of logistics management information systems into the Global Combat Support System-Army environment” said DLH’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Zach Parker. We are excited to be a part of this critical transformation while preserving the readiness posture of our Forces.”