Northrop Releases Details, Comments on $1B Army IDIQ for Force, Asset Protection Systems

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) has released details on a potential $997 million U.S. Army indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide force protection systems and in-theater and U.S. components.

Northrop will compete for task orders with 18 companies on the three-year base and two-year option award.

The companies will design, develop, produce, integrate, and install components and systems for early warning and protection of forces and critical assets.

Northrop said it will integrate open-architecture systems for early detection.

“We look forward to continuing to demonstrate the value of our scalable systems approach to deliver more flexible, integrated and affordable force protection solutions to the Army, ” said Mike Twyman, vice president of C3 and intelligence systems for Northrop Grumman Information Systems.

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August 1: Army Names Awardees on $1B Force Protection IDIQ

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