General Dynamics Land Systems has received a $34 million delivery order for 30 M1A1 Abrams integrated management (AIM) main battle tanks. The contract includes an option for an additional 30 tanks, bringing the potential award value to $69.5 million.
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Raytheon Company has been awarded a U.S. Army contract modification for $27.6 million to provide additional persistent surveillance capability through the rapid aerostat initial deployment (RAID) program. Raytheon will provide RAID elevated sensor systems to the Army as part of the base expeditionary targeting and surveillance system program. The RAID system is used throughout operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation will develop and demonstrate the ability of the rapid eye program to deliver a persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capability anywhere on the globe through the use of a launch system and the ability to remain on-station until relieved or the mission is completed. This program is through a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for $7.5 million. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Arlington, Virginia, is the contracting activity.
The Boeing Company is modifying a cost-plus-award-fee contract with the U.S. Air Force for $16.7 million. This action will provide survivable communications for U.S. armed forces, the advanced beyond line-of-sight terminals must-update new platform requirements and the advanced EHF system interface. The Electronic Systems Center, Air Force Materiel Command, USAF, 653rd ELSG/PK, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, is the contracting activity.
Rockwell Collins Government Systems Incorporated is being awarded an $8.2 million firm-fixed-price order for services in support of the fiscal year 2008 ARC-210 radio hardware design changes to evolve ultra high frequency satellite communication waveform capability in the next generation tactical networking radio, RT-1939(C) radio system. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contracting activity.
Lockheed Martin has been awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract by the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems life cycle support services. The three-year contract could be worth up to $189 million. Lockheed Martin will provide a range of services, including logistics planning, configuration management, system integration, system installations, technical documentation and technical field support.
Pragmatics Incorporated has been awarded a task order to provide support services for up to 37,000 desktops for the U.S. State Department Bureau of Information Resources Management and its domestic customer bureaus. The task order could be worth $99 million if all options are exercised. It was awarded under the Hybrid Information Technology Services for State contract.
Navistar International Corporation's Navistar Defense LLC has received a U.S. Marine Corps contract worth more than $752 million to produce a lighter, smaller and more mobile version of its International MaxxPro mine resistant ambush protected (MRAP) family of vehicles. The MaxxPro Dash maintains the survivability system used on all MaxxPro MRAP variants while allowing for greater mobility in smaller, lightweight vehicles ideal for Afghanistan operations.
BAE Systems has received an order from the U.S. Marine Corps for 1,320 headborne energy analysis and diagnostic systems (HEADS), a sensor system placed inside helmets that will help scientists analyze and understand the forces that Marines sustain during impact and blast events that could lead to brain injury.