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Lockheed Secures $4.1B MDA C2BMC Development Recompete Contract; Erika Marshall Quoted

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a potential 10-year, $4.1 billion follow-on contract from the Missile Defense Agency to further develop and integrate updates and capabilities into the Command and Control, Battle Management and Communications system.

Under the C2BMC-Next program, Lockheed said Thursday it will improve sensor connection and add new technologies to the system to improve global integration, interoperability, space domain awareness and multidomain coordinated response against emerging threats.

“With C2BMC’s already well-established lines of reliable communication – operating 24/7, 365 days a year in more than 30 locations across the world – the ability to securely collaborate with other countries, across multiple domains, from any location in near real-time will be a game changer for the defense industry,” said Erika Marshall, vice president of C4ISR at Lockheed.

C2BMC-Next is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with an ordering period that will run through April 30, 2029 and could extend through the end of April 2034 if the option period is exercised.

The Department of Defense said the recompete contract includes evaluation, operation, training, testing and sustainment support for the C2BMC system.

The IDIQ contract’s first task order covers enterprise management and enterprise service valued at $490.4 million, while the second task order is worth $34.2 million covering C2BMC mission software development. The third task order is for product execution valued at approximately $322 million.

Lockheed will perform work through its facilities in Alabama and Colorado.

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