ROCKFORD, Ill. -- SupplyCore, a leading distributor of maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) materiel and related supply chain management and logistics services, has been awarded a one-year extension for their MRO Prime Vendor contracts for both the Southeast U.S. and the CENTCOM region.
Under the Southeast U.S. Prime Vendor contract, SupplyCore provides MRO supplies and related services to the U.S. military and federalcivilian agencies in zone 2 of the region. The contract covers parts of Alabama, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina. SupplyCore was originally awarded the Southeast region in 2002 from 11 bids. The two-year contract included an option provision for an additional eight years. This is an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract exercising the sixth option.
Under their CENTCOM region contract, SupplyCore supports U.S. activities deployed in 24 countries in Northern Africa, the Middle East and Southwest Asia, including Iraq and Kuwait. It also supports U.S. activities deployed in the Horn of Africa Deployment Zone, which includes the countries of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Sudan. The CENTCOM contract has a maximum $1,825,000,000 firm fixed price with indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity.