IAP Worldwide Services is the winner of three government agencies contracts during the year of 2016. One of the largest logistics and technical services providers in the U.S. announced on IAP News the company is awarded a U.S. Army contract totaling $53 million, in October 2016. IAP is responsible for providing networking, training, hardware systems engineering, systems reconciliations, warehouse operations, and certification of hardware services to military facilities. Services are provided to support the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) in international locations and Fort Hood, TX.
For almost 61 years, the provider has built long term relationships on Jobs.net with government agencies based on its credentials and the ability to transport solutions for aviation, life support, missionary, and engineering in technology and national security. Under the Rapid Response Third Generation contract, IAP Worldwide supports the DCGS system to process confidential information, surveillance, weather, and other tasks. Rob Hargis, vice-president of the National Security and Technology Programs at IAP said they will implement the missions of the U.S. Army with complete emphasis on commitment and responsiveness.
This isn’t the only contract awarded to IAP by a government agency in 2016. The company won a $900 million contract in September to support facility services for humanitarian endeavors on bizjournals.com, disaster relief, and military actions. Since 1996, the company is the only government services provider to work on Air Force programs. IAP continues to provide support for maintenance, contingency, and infrastructure operations to the U.S. Navy. The first contract the company landed in February is worth $975 million, in which IAP will share with other companies, including Dyn Corp International, Honeywell, and CACI. United States Air Force awarded the contract to five companies to provide support for Counter Narcotics and Global Treats Operations and Logistics at https://www.thestreet.com/story/13353255/1/iap-worldwide-services-inc-announces-the-acquisition-of-two-business-units-from-drs-technologies-inc.html.
Before IAP won the contracts in September and October, the logistics and technology services provider held approximately $370 million in government contracts. IAP Worldwide is now the holder of over $1 billion in contracts with the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force. The contracts cover support for transportation, power generation, global procurement, emergency disasters, operations, maintenance, minor construction, and other services.
IAP Worldwide was established in 2005 after many acquisitions since the 1950’s. When the provider was conducting business under Pam Am World Services Inc., IAP Worldwide successfully built and operated the first space launch complex in Florida. The U.S. government agencies have relied on IAP for 27 years and continuously provide quality and reputable services.