The fixed-price-master service contract also provides for the company to support individual contracts based on operating performance requirements. Initially, the company will be responsible for supplying $39 million in chain management components from Honeywell International. Keywords: Contract Contracts from Boeing Defense Logistics Agency Fixed Price John Guasto Logistics Master Service Contract Performance Based Logistics Supply Chain DLA Disposition Services, based in Battle Creek, Michigan, helps the military dispose of surplus items. In addition to typical military equipment, such as vehicles and uniforms, the provision services also help the military donate computers to primary schools through the DoD Computers for Learning program.  Since February 2020, the DLA has been supporting assistance measures in connection with the COVID 19 pandemic. In addition to protecting military personnel, the authority provided personal protective equipment to FEMA and the Department of Health and Human Services (EPI). It also supplied parts, medical equipment and fuel to military hospitals stationed at hotspots across the country.  In support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the DLA processed 6.4 million requirements with a total value of more than $6.89 billion, provided more than 180.5 million meals of field meals, provided nearly 2 million daily humanitarian rations to displaced refugees, and provided more than 3 billion gallons (11,000,000 m3) of fuel. As actions on the war front fade, the DLA mission is not. The Agency continues to provide 100% of food, fuel and medical supplies, as well as most clothing, building materials and spare parts for weapons systems for the remaining armed forces during the reconstruction of Iraq. DLA also supports redeployments, including battlefields such as the removal of equipment and debris and even hazardous materials.
The prize is funded by the defence operating capital from fiscal year 2021 to fiscal 2023. Work will begin at a subcontractor plant in Missouri.