On June 3, 2019, Cape Fox Facilities Services (CFFS) received a $19M contract award and will begin executing a 5-year contract in support of the Project Manager, Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (PM DCATS) located in Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
On April 1, Concentric Methods (CM) began support of the 78th Medical Group at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. CM’s new task order, under the Medical Q-Coded Services (MQS) contract, covers 18 full-time positions and is valued at nearly $10.5 million over five and a half years. President Harold Mitchell, Program Manager Leslie Eaton, and HR Manager Kevin Marshall welcomed these new employees to the CM team while traveling to Georgia earlier last week for contract kickoff, transition, and onboarding activities.
Eagle Health, the newest addition to the Cape Fox family, is proud to announce the award of a new $9 million contract with the Defense Health Agency in Aurora, Colorado. This new contract began on June 12, 2018, supporting the budget, finance, accounting, systems, and improper payment evaluation functions under the Contract Resource Management Branch. Currently, the contract is comprised of 18 active positions, with 3 additional optional positions that are expected to be awarded later in the year.
NAVAR recently won GOLD in the prestigious 2018 Hermes Creative Awards, an international competition for communication professionals, for the monthly e-zine JSTO in the News. Working hand in hand, NAVAR’s graphics and communication teams produce the publication on behalf of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and Biological Technologies Department (DTRA CB) to highlight the innovative and collaborative work done by the organization.
Cape Fox Facilities Services ended 2018 and rang in the New Year with glowing customer feedback for their efforts on the Army Traffic Safety Training Program over the last year. The team also received all “EXCEPTIONAL” ratings in the Contractor Performance Assessment Report System (CPARS) for the third year in a row.