Raytheon Wins Three DoD Deals

According to the Department of Defense: “Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) was awarded on May 7 a $105, 334, 824 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for fiscal 2010 Patriot engineering services contract for 907, 043 man-hours of effort.  Work is to be performed in Tewksbury, Mass (73.77 percent); Andover, Mass. (12.79 percent); Huntsville, Ala. (7.02 percent); Burlington, Mass. (4.46 percent); and El Paso, Texas (1.96 percent), with an estimated completion date of Jan. 31, 2014.  One bid is solicited with one bid received.  Aviation & Missile Command Contracting Center, Huntsville, Ala., is the contracting activity (W31P4Q-09-C-0057).

Raytheon also won a cost-plus-incentive-fee modification with a total value of $54, 320, 048 under contract N00024-07-C-6119.  Under this modification, Raytheon will procure, fabricate, and assemble Standard Missile-3 Block IA spares common and unique material for the U.S. manufacturing components and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) manufacturing components.  The work will be performed in Tucson, Ariz.  The performance period for this work is from May 2010 through March 2011.  Research, development, test, and evaluation funding fiscal 2010 ($15, 000, 000) and FMS funding fiscal 2010 ($7, 905, 395) will be used to incrementally fund this effort in the amount of $22, 905, 395.  The Missile Defense Agency is the contracting activity (HQ0276).

Raytheon also won a $21, 778, 959 contract which will provide for joint environment toolkit program which represents the next generation of existing weather systems, focusing on the incremental integration, consolidation, extension, and potential replacement of existing and evolving meteorological operational capability component systems capabilities.  At this time, $7, 203, 670 has been obligated.  651 ESS, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., is the contracting activity (FA8720-04-C-0015).”

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