A nearly $13 million Army contract will bring work to a Miamisburg company, according to the Department of Defense.
Critical Solutions International Inc. — based in Charleston, S.C. — was awarded a $12,983,575 firm-fixed-price contract for revisions to the operator’s manual, lubrication order, repair parts, special tools and hand receipt for the Vehicle Mounted Mine Detector Husky M1231.
Work will be performed in Miamisburg and Charleston with an estimated completion date of Sept. 26, 2022. The award was first announced late last week.
The Miamisburg firm the contract award is referring to is O’Neil and Associates Inc., a marketing manager for O’Neil confirmed.
“We are a subcontractor to the prime contractor Critical Solutions International. CSI was formally notified of the award on Friday morning,” Andrea Stamas said in an email.
The DoD contract announcement did not specifically name O’Neill, but the employee-owned business, based at 495 Byers Road, often performs technical writing and vehicle manual work for the Army and many other customers.
U.S. Army Contracting Command, in Warren, Mich., contracted the work.
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