Navy Selects 4 Firms for $951M LCS Fleet Sustainment Support IDIQs

Littoral-Combat-ShipThe U.S. Navy has awarded positions on a pair of indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts worth up to $950.8 million combined over five years for sustainment work on the Littoral Combat Ships 1 variant class.

BAE SystemsSoutheast Shipyards Mayport division and General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) NASSCO subsidiary can vie for task orders under a potential $741.5 million contract to provide continuous and emergent maintenance, preventative/planned maintenance and facilities maintenance/corrosion control services for the LCS program, the Defense Department said Monday.

Work will take place within the contiguous U.S. and outside the continental U.S.

DoD added that Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Epsilon Systems Solutions will compete to provide preventative/planned maintenance and facilities maintenance/corrosion control services to the Navy in various locations across the continental U.S. under a separate contract valued at $209.3 million.

The service branch received five offers for the two multiple-award, firm-fixed-price contracts through a solicitation on the FedBizOpps website and obligated $40, 000 to the winning companies at the time of award.

All four contractors are scheduled to complete work by August 2021.

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