Two Alabama companies awarded DoD contracts

American Apparel awarded $71.6 million contract; Intrepid receives $11.1 million contract

Two Alabama companies have been awarded Department of Defense contracts this week. American Apparel Inc. has been awarded a $71.6 million contract, while Intrepid LLC has been awarded an $11.1 million contract.

American Apparel, of Selma, was awarded the one-year contract for blouses, trousers and maternity blouses and slacks for the Marine Corp. The contract comes with four one-year option periods. The ordering period end date is April 24, 2024. The contract was awarded through the Defense Logistics Agency.

American Apparel has four highly automated manufacturing facilities in Alabama, making combat and utility uniforms for the United States armed services. It was founded in Selma in 1987, where it has its corporate offices, 200,000-square-foot manufacturing space and 80,000-square-feet of warehouse space.

Intrepid LLC, of Huntsville, was awarded a 12-month, firm-fixed-price contract to support financial management, including budget execution, programming and funds allocation for the Defense Health Agency’s $8 billion Department of Defense-level program. Additionally, Intrepid will assist DHA personnel with proper access into the General Fund Enterprise Business System. The contract also provides support to the executive steering committee, the corporate executive board and the resource optimization board, all key DHA governance organizations. Work will mostly be performed at DHA headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia. The period of performance began on April 15 and runs through April 14, 2024.

Intrepid is a small business provider of technologies in the federal marketplace. Since 2002, it has provided services to the U.S. Army, the Air Force and the Missile Defense Agency, as well as other Department of Defense entities.  

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