IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. Secures U.S. Navy’s $900 Million Contract

The Navy has awarded IAP Worldwide Services’ IAP-ESS a contract worth $900 million. The Naval Engineering Command Facilities at Pearl Harbor is the Navy branch that awarded the contract. This makes IAP one of the only five companies to have an indefinite-quantity contract with the U.S Navy. The contract is officially referred to as the Worldwide Multiple Award Contract Contingency Support II.

The award of the contract has left executives at IAP excited. According to Doug Kitani, IAP Worldwide Services’ chief executive officer and director, the contract is a proof that his company is trusted in delivering innovative solutions to the challenging demands of its customers. He was proud of this achievement and confirmed that the company would continue to strive towards excellence in provision of service delivery. Doug added that the company’s expertise and standards of supporting the United States Navy’s Global Services Contingency is one of the major reasons why the Navy trusts the company.

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IAP Worldwide Service’s association with the DoD started in the early 90s when the company won its first contract under the Contract Augmentation Air Force Program. It has been the only state service provider to be selected for the program on a continuous basis. The company is still executing orders from GCSMAC I. The execution of these orders involves offering services and critical support to the Navy in infrastructure development and maintenance.

Nick Nohmer asserted that IAP World Services would be providing different services to the United States Navy. Such services will include humanitarian efforts, natural disaster and incidental construction, incumbent breaks, and a full range of military actions. Nick is the Global Service Support’s vice president. The exact duration of the contract will depend on other factors such as how early the maximum value of the same is reached. The Naval Engineering Facilities Command will be responsible for overseeing that IAP Worldwide Services delivers the services that the Navy needs as per the contract signed between the two entities.

IAP Worldwide Services long history dates back to 1950s. For over six decades, the company has established itself as a world-leading service provider. It has attracted many employees from different parts of the globe. As the company grows, it needs new employees to fill new vacancies. These posts are usually published on the company’s website and are open for everyone to apply. Some of the currently available positions are field services representative, senior financial analysts, program finance analyst, contracts manager, and lodging specialists.

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