Corvid Technologies has won a potential five-year, $223.2M contract to provide hardware, equipment and components needed to produce sub-orbital flight vehicles for the U.S. Navy, other government organizations and Japan.
The company will provide the items to support the production and integration of short- and medium-range rocket-based vehicles designed to deliver payloads and test technologies in orbit, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Dahlgren Division received two offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via a competitive procurement on FedBizOpps.
The Navy accounts for 76 percent of the orders, while other government agencies and the Japanese government each account for 12 percent of the purchases.
Japan will provide $8M at time of award through the foreign military sales program.
Seventy percent of work will take place at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico and the rest in North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Alabama and in Las Cruces, N.M.
Contract work is expected to conclude by February 2024.