Ocean Bay wins $155 million DEA administrative and technical support contract


Ocean Bay Information and Systems Management won a potential five-year-old, $155.6 million contract provide administrative, professional and technical support services to the Drug Enforcement Administration.

The DEA’s Office of Acquisitions and Relocation Management awarded the contract through an 8(a)-certified small business-only tender, according to an award notice released Tuesday.

The contract has a base period of one year and four option years and will require the supplier to hire employees authorized to perform security background investigations.

The contractor will also provide analytical, administrative, and financial services in support of the Diversion Control Program, which enables the Diversion Control Division within the DEA to “maintain a comprehensive geographic picture of controlled pharmaceutical drugs and identified chemical diversion and abuse issues and to identify new trends or patterns of diversion and abuse towards which DC can appropriately direct resources,” reads the notice of solicitation.

Ocean Bay, owned by Alaska Native Corp., is a small, disadvantaged company that provides services in information technology systems engineering and analysis, business process engineering, logistics, insurance information and training support to military and federal agencies.

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