Two-Year Government Transportation Contract Up for Grabs

Contractors can Manage Lengthy Solicitations with the Advanced Procurement Portal

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Scott AFB, Illinois, Feb. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

The United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) currently seeks a contractor to complete transportation and storage services for privately-owned vehicles. This lengthy procurement began back in January of 2017 and is soon coming to a close.

This contract will have a two-year base period with the option to continue on with the contract until 2024. The current provider of services for this requirement is International Auto Logistics LLC (DUNS 078597284). They are a transportation company who has been awarded over $687 million in government contracts since 2014.

The provider on the new contract will be responsible for shipping multiple vehicles worldwide and storing vehicles for an average of 2-3 years. All requirements and modifications that have been posted in regards to this solicitation (Solicitation ID: HTC711-17-Z-R003) can be found on third-party, US Federal Contractor Registration’s Advanced Procurement Portal.

By logging into the Advanced Procurement Portal, contractors will be able to easily track the complete history of this solicitation and its seventeen updates/modifications. When the official Request for Proposal is released and if any new modifications are posted, contractors can be automatically notified through the Portal’s Federal Feed system. The federal acquisition process can be tricky, but with The Advanced Procurement Portal, the process can be much easier.

US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), the world’s largest third-party government registration firm pioneered the Advanced Procurement Portal (APP). APP provides active and historical federal business opportunity information and a list of active federal buyers and vendors. The synthesis of this data will simplify the federal procurement process for businesses who may then dedicate their complete effort toward their performance on the contract instead of the acquisition of it.  APP also includes a built-in Learning Center designed by industry professionals so that newcomers to the federal sector can efficiently locate opportunities and effectively bid on them.


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