The U.S. Army has awarded Canadian Commercial Corp. a potential eight-year, $380.1M contract to provide MX universal sensors that are designed for a range of vehicular platforms.
The service branch received one bid for the hybrid firm-fixed-price and fixed-price-level-of-effort contract through an online solicitation process and will determine funds and work locations upon issuance of individual orders, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Work runs through May 28, 2028, and also includes systems support.
Ontario-based CCC connects Canadian suppliers to international government buyers. In March, the government corporation secured a spot on the U.S. Transportation Command’s potential $5.7B contract for rotary- and fixed-wing airlift support services.