Hampton nonprofit wins potential $126M Navy contract
VersAbility Resources Inc. will provide onload and offload of shipboard maintenace parts
Hampton-based nonprofit VersAbility Resources Inc. won a U.S. Navy contract potentially worth $126.14 million, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Friday.
The $10.5 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has a five-month base period with four one-year options and six-month extension option.
VersAbility Resources will assist Naval Supply Systems Command with shipboard maintenance parts, providing the onload of provisions and offload of Integrated Logistics Overhaul maintenance parts to afloat vessels in ports throughout the continental U.S.; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and Guam. The nonprofit will also provide warehouse and inventory support, as well as supply item packaging and transportation.
Work will begin this month and is expected to be completed by March 2022, or September 2026 if all options are exercised. Work will be performed in Norfolk; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; San Diego, California; the Puget Sound area in Washington; Mayport, Florida; Kings Bay, Georgia; Guam; and Groton, Connecticut.
Founded in 1953, VersAbility Resources serves more than 1,300 people with disabilities and their families each year in early childhood, student services, day support, residential and four diverse employment programs. The organization provides federal contract staffing, through which people with disabilities work alongside enlisted and civilian personnel at military bases.