BAE Awarded $144M to Help Sustain USAF Avionics, Electronic Systems

BAE Awarded $144M to Help Sustain USAF Avionics, Electronic Systems
BAE Systems

BAE Systems' information and electronic systems integration business has secured a five-year, $144M contract to maintain  avionics and electronic components of various U.S. Air Force platforms.

The company will perform sustainment, repair and engineering services for B-52 and B1-B bomber aircraft, AN/ALQ-155 power management systems, USM-638 radio frequency transmission line test equipment and ASQ-151 electro-optical viewing systems, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work under the sole-source contract will take place in New York, New Hampshire and San Diego, through March 22, 2026.

The branch will finance work using Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group funds for fiscal year 2020.

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