Honeywell seeks high-caliber partners for Marine Corps logistics contract bid

PHOENIX, 26 April 2010. Honeywell executives revealed their intention to bid as a prime contractor for the Marine Corps Logistics Support Services (MCLogss) contract; and, they will conduct on June 3 an industry day to attract top-caliber partners.

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

PHOENIX, 26 April 2010. Honeywell executives revealed their intention to bid as a prime contractor for the Marine Corps Logistics Support Services (MCLogss) contract; and, they will conduct on June 3 an industry day to attract top-caliber partners.

"For more than 27 years, Honeywell has partnered with the Marine Corps to deliver essential logistics services in support of the warfighter," says Maj. Gen. (U.S. Army, retired) Jerome Johnson, vice president, Mission Logistics, Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. (HTSI).

HTSI will respond to at least 10 task areas, ranging from program management, to maintenance, training, and technical data generation. The MCLogss program supports the Marine Corps Logistics Command (LOGCOM), located in Albany, Ga., with logistics support for multiple centers in the United States.

In anticipation of the formal request for proposal, Honeywell is soliciting interest from large and small partners who bring compelling expertise in one or more of the MCLogss task areas.

Honeywell set up a Web site at http://hiims.honeywell.com/mclogss, where companies can go for more information and to submit a qualifications summary.

Qualified parties will be invited to attend an industry day in Columbia, Md., on June 3.

Subscribe

Join the PennWell Aerospace and Defense Media Group on Linkedin at http://bit.ly/9MXl9

Become a fan of Military & Aerospace Electronics on Facebook at http://bit.ly/1VGM0Q

Post your aerospace and defense-related material to the #milaero community on Twitter. Use the #milaero hashtag.

Join your industry colleagues in the Command Post community online at http://community.milaero.com

More in Defense Executive