Siemens Wins Option on $2B DLA Radiology Systems IDIQ

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Siemens Medical Solutions has won an option on a potential $1,871,764,738 contract, where the company will provide radiology systems to military and civilian agencies. This modification exercises the fourth year of the economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Department said Wednesday. The contract also covers subsystems,...

Hitachi, Philips Win $161M For Military Healthcare Equipment

U.S. Air Force photo The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded an estimated $161 million in contracts to Hitachi and Philips subsidiaries for radiology and patient monitoring systems. Hitachi Medical Systems America won a potential $91,626,986 contract for the radiology systems and Philips Medical Systems will take in up to $77,172,660 for the patient monitoring systems, the Defense Department said...

Lockheed Martin Awarded $415M DLA Contract for Aircraft Spares

Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE:LMT) mission systems and sensors, Johnstown, PA, has been awarded a $415 million contract by the Defense Logistics Agency at the Robins Air Force base in Georgia. According to Lockheed Martin, the fixed-price with prospective price redetermination, sole source contract is for consumable and depot level reparable spares supporting a variety of aircrafts. (Click Here to...

SAIC Wins $105M Defense Logistics Agency Contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won up to a $105 million modification on a Defense Logistics Agency indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity prime vendor contract, the Department of Defense announced Monday. The modification will allow SAIC to provide maintenance, repair and operations for the Northwest Region. The Defense Department said the acquired services will also be used by the Army,...

SAIC Wins $163M DLA Supplies IDIQ

SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) has won a potential $163,607,840 U.S. Defense Logistics Agency contract modification for operations and maintenance services, the Defense Department announced Wednesday. DLA exercised the seventh option of a previously-awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, for which the agency received six responses through an online solicitation. The company will provide the...

BAE Wins $75M for DLA Armor Inserts; Don Dutton Comments

BAE Systems Inc. has won a $75 million task order to provide body armor inserts to the Defense Logistics Agency, the company announced Monday. The order falls under a three-year contract with the DLA’s troop support office that could reach $236 million. The small arms inserts fit into vests and are designed to protect soldiers against ballistic threats. Don Dutton, vice president and general...

BAE Wins $78M DLA Contract For Protective Inserts

BAE Systems has won a potential $78,530,843 Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide the military with protective inserts, the Defense Department announced Friday. The Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force will use the small arms protective inserts. The DLA received five responses for the firm-fixed-price contract through its Internet bid board system. Work will occur in Phoenix and the Pentagon...

Lockheed Wins $420M DLA Personnel System Contract

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) has won a $420 million Defense Logistics Agency contract to operate and maintain a civilian personnel data system, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The Bethesda, Md.-based contractor will also host and provide transition phase out services. The Army, Navy, Air Force, Pentagon and other federal civilian agencies use the system. This contract is funded under...

BAE Wins Potential $108M DLA Tactical Vest Contract

BAE Systems’ specialty defense systems unit won a potential 8,493,311 Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide tactical vests and repair kits, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The U.S. Army, Air Force and Marine Corps will use the outer tactical vests and kits. The Pentagon received five responses to its Web solicitation for the contract. The firm-fixed-price contract contract is...

CACI Wins $41M to Develop Pentagon Accounting System; Daniel Allen Comments

Daniel Allen, CACI CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) won a million task order to continue developing the Defense Department‘s accounting system, CACI announced Thursday. The task order has one base year and three option years and was awarded under the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s Encore II contract vehicle. CACI will provide business system solutions services for the Defense...