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IAP - US Navy Global Contingency Construction Contract

IAP Worldwide Services : 10 March, 2007  (New Product)
The U.S. Navy has given the go-ahead for a joint venture of IAP Worldwide Services and URS Corporation to move forward on the Global Contingency Construction (GCC) contract to provide construction and related engineering services to support Navy warfighters, natural disaster recovery, humanitarian assistance and emergency contingency response.
The URS-IAP, LLC joint venture was one of three contractors selected last year to be eligible to bid for task orders under the GCC contract. After a bid protest was filed, the Navy stopped work in August 2006. In a letter this week, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command-Atlantic in Norfolk, Va., said its re-evaluation confirmed that the original awardees offered the 'best value to the Government' and authorized URS-IAP and the other two awardees to resume performance.

The GCC program includes the capability to provide general mobilization services for personnel, equipment and material to support the U.S. Naval Construction Force. Contractors could additionally be tasked to participate in military exercises along with providing work for other federal agencies and civilian construction projects.

The Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Quality (ID/IQ) contract is for one base year and four additional contract option years. The program has a maximum value of $1 billion for all three awardees.



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