Siemens Wins Option on $2B DLA Radiology Systems IDIQ

SiemensLogoSiemens 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, accessories, services, manuals, repairs and parts.

Siemens won a similar contract option in April 2012 for the radiology systems (click here for our previous coverage).

Federal civilian agencies, the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps are listed as using services in the Pentagon’s release.

Work will occur in Pennsylvania through March 30, 2014 and DLA is allocating defense working capital funds from fiscal years 2013 and 2014 for the contract.

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