DLA Taps Medtronic for $150M Radiology, Imaging Tech Supply Contract

Jeff Brody

Medtronic has won a potential 10-year, $150M contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to supply U.S. military branches and federal civilian agencies with medical equipment.

DLA received 51 responses for the firm‐fixed‐price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite‐quantity contract covering radiology and imaging systems, components, subsystems, training, maintenance and incidental services, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy can use the IDIQ to procure medical equipment along with related services.

The contract has five base years and a five‐year option period.

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