Leonardo DRS, Data Link Solutions Land $150M Navy BPA Each to Supply Electronic Equipment Cabinets

Leonardo DRS, Data Link Solutions Land $150M Navy BPA Each to Supply Electronic Equipment Cabinets
U.S. Navy

Leonardo DRS‘ Laurel Technologies business and Data Link Solutions — a joint venture between BAE Systems and Collins Aerospace — have each secured a two-year, $150M blanket purchase agreement to provide cabinets for U.S. Navy electronic equipment.

Each company will manufacture up to 150 electronic equipment cabinets for the military branch and provide logistics, test and program management services, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

Naval Information Warfare Systems will use the branch’s fiscal 2021 other procurement funds on delivery orders that will be issued under BPAs.

Production work will take place at contractor facilities in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. DOD expects the awardees to complete services by January 2023.

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