Northrop Wins $1.4B Contract to Produce Army’s Integrated Battle Command System

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) has won a five-year, $1.38 billion contract to produce a system the U.S. Army intends to use for detecting and tracking enemy missiles and other airborne threats.

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Army Contracting Command received two bids for the Integrated Battle Command System production contract via the internet, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The military branch sought a system capable of providing soldiers the capability to manage integrated fires, gain battlespace awareness, make timely decisions and protect against threats.

Under this award, Northrop will supply as many as 160 IBCS units to the Army and its foreign partners through December 2026, according to the Army Program Executive Office for Missiles and Space.

The award comes 12 years after the service branch kicked off the engineering and manufacturing development phase of the program.

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