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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Manchester fuel depot won't be privatized

Manchester fuel depot
The Navy can’t distribute fuel more cheaply by turning over its Manchester Fuel Depot to private industry.

Long-awaited results of a draft business case analysis found that Manchester provides “certain Navy-specific functions that could not be performed more efficiently by a commercial operation.”

That’s a reversal of what the Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Center said a year ago, when it believed industry could meet Navy Region Northwest requirements at a lower cost.

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