10 May Patricio Enterprises, Inc. awarded $42 million, five-year contract for distribution labor support
STAFFORD, Virginia — Patricio Enterprises, Inc. (PE) is pleased to announce its award of a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Distribution labor contract providing distribution support as required. The total contract ceiling value is approximately $42 million over five years.
The awarded contract will serve DLA Distribution’s needs for distribution labor services for temporary, intermittent support of the DLA and DLA Distribution mission. PE will support excess workload due to surge in order to avoid any degradation to the DLA mission and provide a “stop-gap” measure for unforeseen, unplanned situations that the DLA Distribution’s current workforce cannot absorb.
Support could be required at any of the DLA Distribution locations within or outside of the continental United States. Services include planning, program management, executing effective and efficient receiving, storage, physical inventory, packaging, care of supplies in storage (COSIS), stock control, stock selection, issue processing, packing, shipping, traffic management support, distribution of material, container fabrication, material processing center (MPC) functions, consolidation and containerization functions, ocean terminal operations, and kitting.
About DLA Distribution
DLA Distribution is a combat support agency and the Defense Logistics Agency’s Lead Center for Distribution. DLA Distribution’s 25 sites around the world are responsible for the receipt, storage, issue, packing, preservation and transportation of more than 4 million items.
More information is available at http://www.ddc.dla.mil.
Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Patricio Enterprises (PE) began operations in 2005. PE became a Small Business Administration certified 8(a) program participant in June 2005 followed by verification as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business by the Center for Veterans Enterprise in July 2009.
PE currently operates in five business groups that are aligned by client competencies. Each business group provides professional services as independent entities linked by management, processes and web enabled management systems. Each is structured to facilitate execution of discrete tasks with low indirect rates and highly competitive labor rates.
Jeff Megargel, Business Group Director