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UCS team at Naval Medical Logistics Command surpasses major milestone

UCS’s contract closeout team at the Naval Medical Logistics Command (NMLC) in Fort Detrick, Maryland surpassed the $100 million milestone for recuperated funding since its inception in 2007. The closeout team has evolved from humble beginnings: in 2007, the project started with a single UCS employee accompanied by one Government supervisor, working on contracts that dated back to 1999 – some with little or no documentation. Today, the closeout team has contributed to the successful closeout of over 12,000 contracts and task orders. The team has set the standard for closeouts within the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) and has even assisted in the development process for BUMED’s contract closeout standard operating procedure (SOP). Due to the diligent work of the closeout team and the impact they have had across BUMED, UCS has been able to successfully launch several other closeout teams within the DoD.

The UCS team is glad to put their best foot forward, and we’re eager to help with the next $100 million!