Seven Companies Win Spots on $350M Weapons Delivery Army Contract

Jeff Brody

Seven firms have landed spots on a five-year, $350M contract from the U.S. Army to deliver weapons, optics, accessories, parts and manuals for obsolete weapon platforms.

Army Contracting Command received 11 offers for the competitively solicited firm-fixed-price contract and the service branch will provide funding and location details at the issuance of individual task orders, the Department of Defense said Friday.

DoD expects contractors to complete all tasks by March 12, 2025.

The awardees are:

  • Blane International

  • Culmen International

  • Global Ordnance

  • Greystone

  • Multinational Defense Services

  • Sierra Four Industries

  • Ultra Defense

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