This week saw significant contract activity, such as:
- Lockheed Martin secures a $928M Air Force contract.
- General Dynamics Information Technology receives a $300M award for Army IT network support.
- Serco Inc. is awarded with a $232M Navy contract.
- Raytheon wins a $362M Navy contract.
- Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipping secures a $181.4M Navy contract.
- Honeywell International is selected to a $201M Army contract.
- AECOM’s URS Federal Services, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and ViON win a combined $591.9M award.
On April 18th, the Department of Defense announced Lockheed Martin received a potential $928 million award to design, develop, integrate and test a hypersonic conventional strike weapon capable of launching from bomber and fighter aircraft. The Air Force Life Cycle management office received three bids for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which also includes engineering and logistics services.
On April 18th, General Dynamics Information Technology announced it won a potential $300 million contract to operate and maintain IT networks for the U.S. Army’s Intelligence and Security Command. The Information Technology Support Services 3 includes storage management, engineering, installation, information assurance, communications and web services. Work will occur at Fort Belvoir, Va., Fort Gordon, Ga., and additional locations.
On April 18th, the DoD announced Serco Inc. was selected to a potential five-year $232 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract to help the Naval Facilities Engineering Command maintain and integrate electronic surveillance systems. The Reston, Va., company will also provide technical services to NAVFAC, program executive offices, other DoD agencies, the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Marine Corps and other government programs.
On April 17th, the DoD announced Raytheon won a potential $362.7 million contract to design, test and field an autonomous unmanned underwater vehicle for the U.S. Navy. The Barracuda mine neutralization system will help counter bottom, near-surface and drifting mines, featuring an expendable modular neutralizer composed of a kill mechanism, sensors, propulsion technology and a buoy designed to support wireless communications.
On April 16th, the DoD announced Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipping secured a potential five-year, $181.4 million contract to provide follow-yard services for the Navy’s DDG 51 class guided-missile destroyers. The contract includes engineering, technical, material procurement and production support, as well as data and logistics management, lessons learned analysis, acceptance trials and post-delivery tests.
On April 13th, the DoD announced Honeywell International secured a $201.5 million modification to provide automotive gas turbine hardware for the U.S. Army’s total integrated engine revitalization initiative. Work will occur in Phoenix, Ariz., through March 29, 2021, with the Army Contracting Command obligating the full modification amount at the time of award from the service branch’s fiscal year 2018 working capital funds.
On April 13th, the DoD announced that the Defense Information Systems Agency awarded AECOM’s URS Federal Services division, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and ViON with contracts totaling $591.9 million for processor capacity services. Each indefinite-delivery/indefinite–quantity contract has a five-year base period that runs through April 12, 2023, and five one-year options extending until April 12, 2028.
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