DLA Awards Noble $263M Military Weapon Component Supply Contract

Noble Supply and Logistics, a small business headquartered in Massachusetts, has won a potential $263.4 million contract to supply weapon hardware and spare parts to four U.S. military branches.

The Defense Logistics Agency received two responses via a competitive acquisition process for the fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with economic-price-adjustment, the Department of Defense said Monday.

This award consists of a one-year transition period, three base years and a pair of three-year option periods.

DOD said the ordering period runs through June 27, 2025, and work will take place in Massachusetts and Arizona.

The U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps can use the contract to order products for multiple weapons platforms.

Noble received the award three months after its acquisition of special operations equipment provider Tactical and Survival Specialties.

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