According to militarytimes.com, officials at the US Transportation Command have decided to delay the award of a contract for military household goods moves until fall 2022.
"'Officials said earlier they planned to award a new contract in June. Now, they don’t plan to award the contract before September,' said Andre Kok, a spokesman for TRANSCOM. 'Under the timeline previously provided in December, the implementation would have begun in peak moving season 2022, which generally starts in May; now it’s pushed to the fall of 2022. This gives TRANSCOM more time to address GAO’s recommendations,' Kok said."
“'If it kicks off in the fall instead of the spring or summer, it gives the contractors time to meet that summer surge of the next year, by getting their processes in place and their networks set up,' Bradley said."
More information can be found in this article published on militarytimes.com.