Fuel Handler Coverall Contract Awarded

Propper International, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (W911QY-12-D-0006), and Tennessee Apparel Corp, Tullahoma, Tenn. (W911QY-12-D-0007), were awarded a $45,000,000 firm-fixed-price contract. The award will provide for the procurement of 1,670 fuel handler coveralls from each contractor. Work location will be determined with each task order, with an estimated completion date of Jan. 16, 2017. The bid was solicited through the Internet, with three bids received. The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Natick, Mass., is the contracting activity.

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6 Responses to “Fuel Handler Coverall Contract Awarded”

  1. mpower6428 says:

    45 million dollars…?

  2. Brian says:

    That is about $13K per coverall.

  3. paul says:

    $13473.05 per coverall.


  4. CJ says:

    “Coverall” better mean “Exoskeletal Robotic Refueling Device.”

  5. Alex says:

    …procurement of 1,670 fuel handler coveralls from *each* contractor.

    1,670 uniforms x 3 contractors = 5010 uniforms total.
    5010 uniforms / $45,000,000 = $8982.04 for each uniform.
    Which is still very expensive, but much more reasonable.

    Attention to detail people. 😉

  6. Riceball says:

    Why are these overalls costing so bloody much? Are they FR & fuel resistant, guaranteed to not build up any static electricity what so ever, even if they are I still don’t think that would justify some $8,000+ per coverall.

    Another question is, why? Why did the Army even put out a solicitation for new coveralls? What is wrong with the coveralls they’re currently using? They’re coveralls, how much improvement can be there or need in a pair of coveralls? What, did the Army procure their current batch in UCP and now that they’re looking for a new camo is this new procurement so that they can coveralls in each of the 3 new patterns that they will be selecting?