The DiPSS indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract provides a full range of services for life support, logistics, operations and maintenance to U.S. Department of State (DoS) and other U.S. government agencies under Chief of Mission Authority and, under special circumstances, non-Chief of Mission activities across the globe.
DiPSS contracts provide program management, procurement of critical items, life support services, logistics services, operation and maintenance services, and construction and renovation projects at various government installations located in any country where the Department of State has a presence with a focus on difficult and demanding contingency environments.
DiPSS is an IDIQ contract vehicle that is task order driven. It is anticipated that a large portion of the contract work will focus on locations in the Middle East and South Central Asia contingency environments; however DiPSS will be available to other bureaus, posts, missions, and potentially agencies operating in other areas and will not be limited to any one region of the world.
The DoS operates approximately 250 posts worldwide at any given time; this number changes as global situations dictate. Some posts are located in areas that are considered to have a high threat level; including areas with Department of Defense designated contingency operations. The DiPSS contract will create opportunities for the DoS to augment U.S. government staff in situations overseas where demand for services exceeds U.S. mission capacity to support, as well as capture significant savings; achieve economies of scale and promote efficiencies in back-office operations.
Fluor is one of the bidders selected for the large business portion of the DiPSS program. With a robust track record of providing mission-critical services to U.S. government and commercial clients, Fluor is highly qualified to support DoS in high threat and contested contingency environments around the globe.
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