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Posted 3/3/2016

Release no. 16-018


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Wes Johnson
256-895-2508
Wesley.R.Johnson@usace.army.mil

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, awarded contracts March 1 to nine businesses as part of a shared capacity $495 million Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) in support of the Initial Outfitting and Transition (IO&T) Program

The nine businesses receiving contracts are:

  • BTF Solutions JV, Dallas, Texas
  • General Dynamics Information Technology Inc., Warrenton, Virginia
  • Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc., Columbia, Maryland
  • VW International Inc., Alexandria, Virginia
  • Walsh Healthcare Logistics JV, Chicago, Illinois
  • Martek Global Services Inc., Bethesda, Maryland *
  • Omega Group, San Diego, California * 
  • Partners Healthcare Group LLC, Brentwood, Tennessee *
  • Strategic Initial Outfitting Transition Solutions, Anchorage, Alaska *

*Small businesses

This is the second generation IO&T MATOC developed to continue the mission of providing contract support to the Health Facility Planning Agency (HFPA) and U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) by providing total turn-key project support for the equipping and transitioning of staff and patients associated with new and renovated military healthcare and medical research laboratory facility construction projects to support the medical mission throughout the world. 

Initial task orders being released include Medical Repair and Renewal (MRR) projects in Hawaii and Military Construction (MILCON) projects at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and Fort Knox, Kentucky. 

Wes Johnson, program manager for the IO&T Program, said the IO&T team's ultimate goal is to deliver world class medical facilities and equipment to the armed service members and their families who deserve the best care that we can provide.

“The project managers and contracting team that make up the IO&T program put forth an incredible amount of time and energy to ensure that this goal is achieved for each project effort,” Johnson said. “We feel honored and privileged with the opportunity to serve the armed services community in this capacity and we look forward to the future partnership with these nine businesses.”

Health Facility Planning Agency Initial Outfitting and Transition (IO&T) Program Medical Repair and Renewal Multiple Award Task Order Contract U.S. Army Medical Command