GP Strategies Awarded Contract With the US DoD

Providing Lifecycle Logistics and Training Support for Mission Critical Assets, Operations and Maintenance of Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility

Global performance improvement solutions provider GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX ) has been awarded a $29.6 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to provide technical and professional support to the US Department of Defense (DoD)/US Army Chemical Materials Activity Recovered Chemical Materiel Directorate (CMA-RCMD).

The US Army CMA-RCMD provides centralized management and direction to the DoD for the assessment and disposal of recovered chemical weapon material; and other chemical disposal missions; in a safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective manner. 

The basic indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity umbrella contract scope of work is to provide lifecycle logistics services for mission critical equipment assets; operations and maintenance of the chemical demilitarization training facility (CDTF) and support facilities; and, technical training pertaining to CMA-RCMD missions. Additional task orders may be awarded for individually specified projects other than those included in the annual cost baseline during the period of performance. 

The base contract is for five years from September 2015 to September 2020 , with a possible five-year extension, and has a ceiling limit of $50 million . 

Craig Seger , GP Strategies Senior Vice President, stated "GP Strategies has been operating and maintaining the CDTF for the CMA for more than a quarter century, and we are elated to have the opportunity to extend our professional relationship with CMA-RCMD for another decade. Our professional team is eager to assist the DoD/US Army in achieving their mission success by ensuring that facilities and equipment assets coupled with the operational and maintenance skills accumulated by the US Army and its performers are maintained in a constant state of performance readiness."

Source: GP Strategies Corporation
Date: Dec 8, 2015