On December 4, 2016, The Defense Logistics Agency announced that it awarded Federal Resources a contract for the company to supply products through DOD EMAIL. The contract is a Fixed Price, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract with a maximum value of $4.5M. The contract has a one-year base period with potential for four one-year option periods each valued at approximately $900,000.
DOD EMALL is an internet-based ordering service that allows customers to make a "Best Value" decision for products from a variety of sources through a single entry point based on price, delivery, product description, vendor performance, or other factors required to meet mission objectives. DOD EMALL customers include DoD military and non-military customers, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) acting as or on behalf of the customer, and customers of other Government entities including Federal, State, and Local. Federal Resources will offer several product lines through DOD EMALL, including items from manufacturers such as Airstar, DetectaChem, Farm to Feet, Kirby Morgan, Klas Telecom, and Micropore.
About the Defense Logistics Agency
The Defense Logistics Agency is the Department of Defense's largest logistics combat support agency, providing worldwide logistics support in both peacetime and wartime to the military services as well as several civilian agencies and foreign countries. DLA employs about 27,000 employees. The agency's headquarters is at Fort Belvoir, in Northern Virginia.
For DOD EMALL Shopper information, visit https://dod.emall.dla.mil/acct/public/info/shoppers/.
About Federal Resources
Founded in 1986, Federal Resources (http://julianneg3.sg-host.com) provides mission-critical security and safety solutions to United States Military, Department of Defense, Federal Government, and State and Local responder markets as well as to international markets. The company integrates expertise in innovative technologies, best practices in business procurement, comprehensive technical services and training into a total life-cycle solution to support and sustain the warfighter and first responder.
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