BAE Secures $1.1B Contract Option to Extend US Military Weapon Systems Support

The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded BAE Systems a five-year, $1.12B contract option to provide consumable and repairable components for various weapon systems.

DLA exercised the option period of a 10-year initial fixed-price prospective redetermination and requirements contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force as well as federal civilian agencies can also use the contract.

Work under the exercised option will occur through March 22, 2025. The company will perform tasks in Arizona, California, New Jersey, New York, New Hampshire and Texas.

The original contract was valued at $383M and awarded in March 2015.

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