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Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center

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NSA Philadelphia Fleet Logistics Center

 

Building 2B, Wood Avenue
215-697-9552

NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Commander

LCDR Joe Spede
Commander,
Naval Supply Systems
Command,
Fleet Logistics Center

NSA Philadelphia Pete Parrott

Mr. Pete Parrott
Technical Director,
Naval Supply Systems
Command,
Fleet Logistics Center

 

MISSION: Provide contracting support that allows Naval Supply Systems Command to deliver sustained weapons support, global logistics and quality-of-life support enabling the Navy to be ready to fight and responsibly employ its resources.

VISION: A global contracting network where an agile workforce enables the Navy’s forward presence and warfighting capability through managed enterprise contracting solutions when required.

OVERVIEW

Established in 1890 as the Navy Pay Office at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this command has transformed significantly throughout the years to support the needs of the Navy. The Navy Pay Office remained active until 1916 when operations were consolidated in Washington, D.C. The command was re-established in 1921 as a Navy Procurement Office at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and has been evolving ever since. As the complexity of the contracting mission grew, the office was re-designated as a Navy Regional Contracting Office in 1978 and then as the Navy Regional Contracting Center in 1982. The command moved to its current location at NSA Philadelphia in 1995 and aligned under Fleet Industrial and Supply Center Norfolk, now known as Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk. Today, the Philadelphia Office is the Naval Supply Systems Command’s premier service contracting office completing 5,000 actions with an annual obligation value of $1.4 billion and total contract value of $7 billion.

The team of acquisition professionals supports various commands throughout the Navy and DOD including the Joint Chiefs of Staff, chief of naval operations, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Navy Recruiting Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Navy Personnel Command, and Naval Education and Training Command. Notable contracts include the Navy’s Advertising Campaign, Navy College, Returning Warriors Support, personnel support detachments worldwide and the DOD’s largest, single AbilityOne contract providing logistics support at Naval Station Great Lakes.

PERSONNEL
Military: 2
Civilians: 110
Contractors: 1
Total: 113

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