ProCharter Awarded United Nations Contract
ProCharter advanced this month as it secured a new multi-year contract with the United Nations Department of Operational Support.
As a provider of Aviation and logistics services in remote and austere locations, ProCharter has been contracted to provide consulting services for multimodal air, land and sea transport. ProCharter’s assistance will facilitate United Nations logistics support for critical missions around the world.
“We are delighted to have secured this long-term contract to provide hands-on consultation services for the United Nations worldwide,” said James Saldaña, ProCharter’s Communications Director.
“ProCharter has consulted on aviation and logistics operations for the United Nations effectively in the past. This award demonstrates their confidence in our ability to deliver goods and services in challenging environments around the globe.”
Saldaña added: “We look forward to building on our relationship with the United Nations Department of Operational Support over the years ahead.”
“Senior management remains committed to this next phase of our development as we look to capitalize on the exciting opportunities within our sector.”
United Nations Department of Operation Support
The Department of Operational Support (DOS) provides operational support to UN Secretariat entities globally, including advisory, operational and transactional support services and, where needed, exercises delegated authority on behalf of clients. DOS supports the entire UN Secretariat, consisting of almost 100 entities located around the globe.
DOS is build on five key pillars. It provides end-to-end service delivery and integration of operational support in:
- Supply chain management including logistics, procurement and support for uniformed capabilities;
- Operational planning and support to start-up, surge, draw-down and liquidation in UN Secretariat entities;
- Human resources, health-care management and occupational safety services;
- UNHQ administrative services and campus support; and
- Operational information and communications technology (ICT)