Leonardo DRS Wins $292M Army Maintenance Support Device Supply Contract

Leonardo DRS has won a potential five-year, $292.1M contract to provide rugged and semi-rugged variants of an updated maintenance support device to the U.S. Army.

The Defense Department said Friday the company’s network and imaging systems business will supply MSD version four systems to support the service’s maintenance operations for military assets such as communications systems, missiles, aircraft and ground vehicles.

The Army Contracting Command received six bids for the firm-fixed-price contract that runs through Sept. 28, 2023.

The service uses MSD alongside virtual manuals to use applications and upload and download mission data or software for ground and aviation maintenance purposes.

The technology is the sixth generation of the Army’s at-platform multi-purpose standard automated test equipment.

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