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Northrop wins $174M to Sustain LITENING Infrared Targeting System

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. has won a $173, 643, 542 contract with the U.S. Air Force to sustain the LITENING targeting pod system, which externally attaches to several aircraft and includes an infrared sensor. The Defense Department announced Thursday that the award was structured as a firm-fixed-price, cost-reimbursable-no-fee, time and …

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Ball Aerospace Acquires NGA Prime Mission Analysis Contract Work; Rob Strain Comments

Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. has acquired responsibility for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency prime contract for mission analysis and engineering in a transaction with the agency and OGSystems LLC. The company will provide testing, validation and systems engineering to NGA under the Total Application Services Enterprise Requirements contract, Ball Aerospace said …

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Coast Guard Picks Six for Business Support Work on $11B Contract

Six more companies have won positions on a potential $11 billion contract with the U.S. Coast Guard for technical and acquisition support services, Homeland Security Today reports. Mickey McCarter writes these companies won in the second domain of the five-year Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services vehicle’s second track. That …

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Army Sends Contractors Survey Questions for New Procurement System

The U.S. Army‘s Contracting Command is asking contractors to fill out a questionnaire and a worksheet pertaining to a new procurement management system, according to an Oct. 29 FedBizOpps post. In March, the Army released a request for information announcing its pursuit of a new system, dubbed the Army Procurement …

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Report: General Dynamics Nearing $300M Contract for Afghan Battlefield Radios; Chris Marzilli Comments

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) will likely provide the U.S. Army with up to $296.4 million in battlefield manpack radios meant for 2013 deployment in Afghanistan, according to a Sept. 24 NextGov report. Bob Brewin writes that pending the results of certain development tests, the West Falls Church, Va.-based contractor will supply around 3, 800 of …

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DRS Wins $68M Army Tank Module Production Contract

DRS Technologies won a $68, 692, 480 U.S. Army contract to produce tank rack modules for fuel systems, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. DRS’ sustainment systems business unit will also provide associated hardware for the modules. DRS will perform work under the firm-fixed-price contract in St. Louis and Oregon, Ill. The …

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Raytheon to Update Navy SATCOM Network on Potential $979M Award

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has won a $19, 861, 994 U.S. Navy contract modification to update the Navy’s military satellite communications terminal, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. The contract is potentially worth $979, 752, 906 if all options are exercised. Six percent of the funds will support foreign military sales to Canada, the Netherlands …

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BAE Gets $150M Deal to Provide Sweden, UAE with Armored Vehicles

BAE Systems‘ land and armaments unit has won two contracts worth a combined $150 million through which the company will provide RG31 and RG32M vehicles to Sweden and the United Arab Emirates. The company reported that over 2, 166 RG31 vehicles have been delivered. In addition, the RG32M is widely used …

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Japan Selects Lockheed’s F-35 as Next-Gen Aircraft; 42 Jet Agreement Could Top $4B

The Japanese government has selected Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) F-35, the Joint Strike Fighter,  as Japan’s next-generation fighter aircraft, ending a multi-year vetting process that considered aircraft from several American and European firms. The Wall Street Journal reports Lockheed’s agreement is for 42 jets, which will likely cost Japan more than $4 billion. …

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FBI Seeking Contractor to Aggregate Public Records

The FBI is seeking to contract a company to aggregate public records, including thousands of secured, individual user accounts. According to a request for information posted Friday, the FBI said the provider must have a web-based user interface, should be able to run queries based on individual attributes and return …

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