Toshiba Wins $214M DLA Radiology Systems Award

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Engineering and electronics conglomerate Toshiba has won a potential $214, 041, 309 contract modification to provide radiology systems to the Defense Logistics Agency.

Toshiba’s America Medical Systems Inc. subsidiary will also provide DLA subsystems and components for the contract’s fourth option year, the Defense Department said.

DLA received 43 responses to a Web solicitation for the contract, the Pentagon said.

Federal civilian agencies, the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force are the using services under this contract award.

Work will occur in California through Feb. 3, 2014 and DLA is allocating defense working capital funds for fiscal years 2013 and 2014 to the award.

Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc. is also providing DLA military radiology systems under an estimated $2 billion contract.

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