IAP Worldwide is a major defense firm running supply and logistics operations to support U.S. ground forces around the world. They recently won a spot on the Navy’s Global Contingency Support Multiple Award Contract II, worth up to $900 million. They are one of only four companies to land the coveted position. The contract is for indefinite delivery and indefinite quantities.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, put out the contract. Doug Kitani, IAP’s Director and CEO stated they were proud to support the Navy’s Global Contingency Services. They understood they would face challenging circumstances, and provide high standards and expertise.
The services the Navy needs, under the contract, include support for Naval facilities in the event of natural disasters, humanitarian relief missions and support of the Navy during all military conflicts. The contract runs through September 2024.
IAP is currently working on the first version of the Navy’s Global Contingency Services. They are executing Task Orders supporting NAVFAC. They have a great reputation for carrying out their contingency-based contracts with the United States military services. They are the only company since 1996 the Air Force selected for all four of its Contract Augmentation Programs. IAP is working with ECC as a joint venture team.
IAP Worldwide’s headquarters are in Cape Canaveral, Florida, but they operate in numerous locations around the world. They have offices in Panama City, Panama, the United Kingdom and the Middle East.
In June they won a $15.6 million contract with the Navy to support operations at the Naval Air Station at Patuxent River, Maryland on Facebook. They are responsible for all management, labor, supplies, training and equipment necessary to running the base. They are even responsible for the base swimming pool. The contract goes through June 2017, and its value could grow up to $45 million.
Just recently in November, IAP Worldwide Services won a Navy contract to support the Take Charge and Move Out Command Post equipment for aircraft and support. That is worth $61.3 million. TACAMO is a system designed to maintain communications between the country’s political decision makers and the military in the event of nuclear war. The completion date is November 2017.
In October IAP won a contract with the U.S. Army to support its Distributed Common Ground System at Fort Hood, Texas and other locations. They’ll perform the work under the Rapid Response Third Generation (R23G) contract. That is the Army’s primary system for providing commanders with vital data about ground conditions where they are fighting. The contract is for $53 million.