CONTRACTS

Holiday week features multiple contract awards

Several contract awards were let during the week of Thanksgiving while Washington Technology was closed for the holiday. We give you a quick round of awards to help you and us catch up.

Nov. 25:

Raytheon won $15.9 million contract with the Navy to provide engineering and technical support services for the standard missile program.

CACI Inc. won an $8.4 million contract modification with the Navy to provide functional, technical professional, analytical and administrative support services to NAVSUP in support of the Navy’s Enterprise Resource Planning program.

Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems won a $7 million option to provide Cooperative Engagement Capability engineering services. The CEC is a sensor netting system that improves battle force anti-air warfare capability by extracting and distributing sensor-derived information.

General Dynamics Land Systems has won a $28.2 million contract with the Army to exercise Phase II of the Engineering Change Proposal Upgrade program.

Nov. 26:

Rolls-Royce won a $57.1 million option with the Navy to MissionCareTM maintenance services in support of the V-22’s inventory of AE1107C engines.

Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office won an $18 million contract with the Navy to provide joint performance-based logistics support for the Marine Corps, Air Force and Special Forces Operations Command aircraft.

Motorola Solutions won a $17.2 million option with the Navy to provide global sustainment of enterprise land and mobile radio systems ant 53 military installations worldwide.

Raytheon Technical Services won a $13.3 million contract modification with the Air Force to provide radar operations and maintenance services.

Ahntech Inc. won a $12.4 contract modification with the Air Force to continue its program support for the Air Combat Command’s Primary Training Ranges Operations and Maintenance Services.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group won an $8.5 million contract to provide the Air Force with professional acquisition support services.

Nov. 27:

Toyon Research Corp. and Integrity Applications Inc. won a $42.3 million contract with the Navy to develop and field intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting systems to improve warfighter situational awareness and weapon delivery capabilities.

Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems won a $32.4 million contract to provide the Navy with lifecycle engineering and support services for LPD 17 class integrated shipboard electronic systems.

Northrop Grumman won a $13.9 million contract to provide the Navy with logistics services in support of the MQ-8B/C Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle.

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