SAIC Wins Quater-Billion Dollar Deal from DLA, Lockheed Picks Up Two DoD Deals

According to the Department of Defense, “SAIC (NYSE: SAI) is being awarded a maximum $241, 000, 000 fixed price with economic price adjustment, indefinite quantity contract to provide support for industrial line items.  Other locations of performance are Ala., and Texas.  Using service is Army.  There were originally five proposals solicited with four responses.  The date of performance completion is July 2018. The contracting activity is the Defense Supply Center Columbus, Columbus, Ohio (SPM7LX-10-D-9006).

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) was awarded a $34, 804, 061 contract modification which will exercise the fourth option for Space Based Infrared Systems Highly Elliptical Earth Orbit payload three Launch and Early On-Orbit Support.  At this time, $548, 174 has been obligated. ISSW/PKF, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif., is the contracting activity (FA8810-08-C-0002; P00012).

Lockheed Martin is also being awarded a $16, 735, 867 undefinitized ceiling priced order #0006 under previously awarded contract (N00104-07-G-0726) for manufacture of various components for the MK54 vertical launched ASROC (anti-submarine rocket) missile.  Work will be performed in Akron, Ohio.  Work is to be completed by August 2012.  Contract funds will not expire before the end of the current fiscal year.  This contract was not competitively awarded.  The Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa., is the contracting activity.”

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