Medical Division - Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement

Branch chief: (256) 425-4891

U.S. Army Engineereing and Support Center
Published Sept. 2, 2016
Updated: Aug. 31, 2020

The Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement (OMEE) Program at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, provides a simplified process to respond to the growing operation and maintenance needs of Department of Defense medical facilities. The program uses streamlined processes that provide low-cost, quick- response contracts for the operation, preventive maintenance, and repair and replacement of equipment for DOD installations worldwide.

    The program has a suite of Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity O&M service contracts available to execute maintenance requirements. These contractors were selected on their ability to perform in medical facilities and are knowledgeable in The Joint Commission facility accreditation requirements.

    Highly complex medical facilities are under full-and-open competition within the contractor pool; smaller, less- complex clinics are set aside for small businesses within the pool. The contracts expire Feb. 26, 2025, and include the following companies:

Unrestricted Pool Contractor Pool

Restricted (Small Business) Contractor Pool

Valiant Government Services, LLC

Hospital Housekeeping Systems, LLC

EMCOR Government Services Inc.

VW International Inc.

J&J Maintenance Inc.

Zero Waste Solutions, Inc.

CBRE, Inc.

Facility Services Management Inc.


Quality Services International, LLC



These contracts can provide scheduled maintenance, corrective maintenance, pest management, aseptic management, grounds maintenance, biomedical equipment maintenance and repair/replacement services in support of medical or non-medical facilities.

The typical O&M task order includes a Firm Fixed Price line for the preventive maintenance work and a corrective maintenance line that can be used for repairs/replacements, or small projects. O&M services can be awarded for 12-month periods with up to four renewable yearly options. These task orders are performance based which reduces the government’s risk.


  • Dedicated, one-stop service
  • Comprehensive preventive-maintenance program
  • Increased reliability of facilities, systems and components
  • Fast 24-hour response hotline for emergency corrective maintenance
  • Compliance with OSHA, NFPA, EPA, AAAHC and TJC standards
  • Fewer life/safety violations
  • Ease and flexibility of service orders
  • Increased reliability of systems, equipment and components
  • Improved long-range planning
  • Improved patient comfort and care
  • Improved O&M budget documentation

Download the OMEE fact sheet PDF here.

(as of August 2020)