June 28, 2013

Alexandria, VA—TransVoyant is part of three teams comprised of large and small businesses that have been awarded a competitively bid, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract from the U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Command for Marine Corps Logistics Support Services (MCLOGSS).

This IDIQ contract has a $170 million ceiling in year one and contains options, which, if exercised, would bring the cumulative combined value to over $854 million.

Work will be performed globally and could continue until May 2018 if all options are exercised.

“We have years of experience with Marine Corps ground combat vehicles and are extremely pleased to have this opportunity to expand our support across the range of the Marine Corps mission,” said Wayne Chesley, TransVoyant Vice President and General Manager.

Under the MCLOGSS contract, TransVoyant and its teammates will respond to individual Task Order requirements and provide support in the areas of program management and operations, information technology, training, programs, transportation/supply, maintenance, and technical data to Marine Corps Logistics Command Centers, such as Logistics Capabilities Center (LCC), Program Support Center (PSC), Supply Management Center (SMC), Maintenance Management Center (MMC), Distribution Management Center (DMC), and Logistics Operations Center (LOC).

About TransVoyant
From devices such as radar, sensors, satellites, smartphones, meters and other devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT), TransVoyant collects, cleanses and constantly updates one of the world’s largest repositories of real-time big data—over one trillion events each day.  By applying advanced machine learning algorithms to these real-time data streams, TransVoyant gives commercial organizations and governments a live global picture of their global assets, as well as predictive insights that enable them to anticipate and avoid threats and disruptions resulting from weather, port congestion, natural disasters, supplier failure, road construction, labor strikes and competitor actions to name a few.

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