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Navy Taps Eight Firms for $284M Technical, Engineering Support Services IDIQ

Eight companies have secured spots on a potential $283.8M contract to provide technical and engineering support services for electrical power and generation systems aboard the U.S. Navy’s vessels. Work will cover the installation of such power mechanisms on assault craft, submarines and surface ships, the Defense Department said Monday. Work will …

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3 Firms Win Contracts to Help Modernize Navy Landing Craft Air Cushion Fleet

An L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL) subsidiary and two small businesses have won contracts  to support post-service life extension and post-shakedown availability efforts for the U.S. Navy‘s fleet of landing craft air cushion boats. The Defense Department said Friday the service branch will award up to $37.9 million in contract funds to L3 Unidyne, $34.1 million …

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L3 Unidyne Lands Navy Contract Modification for Towed Array Inventory Support

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 28, 2017 — A subsidiary of L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL) will continue its support for the U.S. Navy‘s Naval Array Technical Support Center under a $19.8 million modification that raises the basic contract value to $26.2 million, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday. The Defense Department said Wednesday L3 Unidyne will …

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7 Firms Land $117M in Contract Modifications Under Navy Technical, Engineering Support IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has awarded seven companies contract modifications worth $117.3 million combined to continue to provide technical and engineering services for the service branch’s vessels. The contract modifications were awarded to exercise the second option year on a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract under the Navy Modernization Program, the Defense …

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Navy Awards $636M Ship Engineering, Technical Services IDIQ to 7 Companies

Seven companies have won positions on a potential $636 million contract to perform engineering and technical support work on vessels operated by the U.S. Navy and allied forces. Contractors will compete for work to help the military service update and install ship hulls as well as mechanical and electrical systems, …

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