Mission Ready Solutions announces a BPA to support Afghan refugees
Along with one other awardee, the Company will provide the DLA with commercial commodities used for housing, including blankets, pillows, sheets, and sets of those items for an initial total of 6 Contract Line Item Numbers.
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VANCOUVER — Mission Ready Solutions Inc., a provider of comprehensive government contracting solutions, announces that through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Unifire, Inc., the Company has been awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement (the BPA) by the United States Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Clothing and Textile Supply Chain as part of the agency’s response to support Afghan refugees.
Along with one other awardee, the Company will provide the DLA with commercial commodities used for housing, including blankets, pillows, sheets, and sets of those items for an initial total of 6 Contract Line Item Numbers (each one, a CLIN) with a maximum quantity of 99,999 for each CLIN, with the potential for additional CLIN to be added in the future. The BPA is for a duration of 1 year, renewable yearly within 30 days of the expiry.
The Company will facilitate the fulfillment of delivery orders primarily through its established network of Berry-compliant (Made in America) product manufacturers and vendor partners.
In addition, the Company is pleased to announce that the DLA has awarded, to Unifire, a 3-year extension to a previously-awarded Blanket Purchase Agreement for the procurement and supply of cold weather equipment (the “Cold Weather BPA”) Initially awarded to Unifire in 2019, the 2-year, USD $4,601,364 Cold Weather BPA has now been extended through April 17, 2024.
“Following the successful delivery of all PPE orders in support of the DLA’s response to COVID-19, the Afghan Support BPA further validates our contracting infrastructure and demonstrates Unifire capabilities as a provider of government solutions, including disaster response,” said Skip Church, President of Unifire. “We are actively working on supplementing the items under both BPA’s and maximizing our potential to earn new revenues.”
“Unifire’s proven history of quality items delivery, extensive product inventory, and capacity at rapidly sourcing needed items with our robust vendor relations continue to make us stand out amongst our peers in the government contracting process,” said Buck Marshall, President and CEO of Mission Ready. “The two currently active BPA’s showcase the Company’s ability to quickly react to meet time-sensitive government procurements requirements, and we are grateful for the DLA’s continued confidence in our ability to provide them with the products they need, when they need them.” Mr. Marshall continues “Given DLA’s evolving requirements in support of the Afghan Refugees – and the nature of Blanket Purchase Agreements generally – minimum, estimated and maximum dollars values are not provided to the awardee(s) within the BPA. As such, we are unable to provide an accurate estimate as to the frequency, volume or value of delivery orders we may receive on the BPA during the 1 year term or any extension thereof.”