Leonardo DRS has won a potential 10-year, $206M contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide installation kits to a U.S. Army maintenance facility in Texas for tactical and ground combat systems.
DRS is set to receive a $2M minimum guarantee and an initial $16.9M delivery order under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Work will take place at a company facility prior to the delivery of kits to Red River Army Depot.
The single-award IDIQ contains a three-year base period that commenced March 20 and seven one-year options that would extend services through March 19, 2030.
DISA received three proposals for the contract through FedBizOpps.
The RRAD complex encompasses 15.4 acres and houses more than 1,400 buildings, employing approximately 3,500 workers who support timber production and mine resistant ambush protected vehicle remanufacturing processes at the site.