Human Technologies Wins $200M Federal Contract to Provide Supply Chain Management Services to the U.S. Department of State
Human Technologies has announced it has been awarded a five-year contract to provide project management and third-party logistics services to the United States Department of State.
The company provides services to domestic and overseas areas of operation, including vendor management and product sourcing, planning and procurement, quality assurance, assembly and kitting, warehousing and inventory management, fulfillment, and freight management.
“We are very happy to continue our great relationship with the State Department,” Gregory Frank, Chief Operating Officer said. “We’ve provided these services since 2013. In this time we have managed hundreds of projects- everything from fully equipped Level II field hospitals, to uniforms for the Ukrainian Police Force, to anti-terrorist security and training supplies and equipment, to tens of thousands of “meals-ready-to-eat” for the Guatemalan heroin eradication effort. This award affirms the great work we do to support the State Department’s humanitarian and peace-keeping missions.”
Human Technologies is headquartered in Utica, New York, and creates employment for people with disabilities by developing, investing in, and growing their lines of business, including 3PL/Supply Chain and Order Fulfillment, Uniform and Apparel Management, Environmental Services, Facilities Management, and Manufacturing and Packaging. Established in 1954, the company employs 330 people throughout New York State, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and northern Virginia and generates over $70M in annual revenues.