The U.S. Navy has awarded DRS Technologies, Inc., a $14 million contract to provide a modernized integrated voice communications system for Aegis cruisers and destroyers. The contract includes options, which if exercised, could extend the work to 2014 and bring the overall total value to $59 million.
DRS Technologies has received an order valued at more than $100 million to manufacture 270 M1000 Heavy Equipment Transporter trailers for the U.S. Army.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received follow-on orders worth $43.9 million for the P5 Combat Training System/Tactical Combat Training System.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has been awarded a $28 million contract modification to complete the Chassis Modernization Embedded Diagnostic System for the M2A3 Bradley. The contract has been awarded by BAE Systems.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received a new contract for $35.2 million for production of Phalanx Thermal Imagers (PTIs) and spares. The contract has been awarded by Raytheon Missile Systems, a prime contractor to the U.S. Navy for the Phalanx Close-in Weapon System program.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received approximately $120 million in multiple follow-on delivery orders from the U.S. Army's Communications-Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, to manufacture more than 7,200 Tactical Quiet Generators.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received a $217 million contract to produce rugged computing systems, which include Joint Platform Tablet military rugged tablet (MRT) computers, keyboards, docking stations, interface cables and base plates, in support of the Movement Tracking System (MTS) for the U.S. Army.
DRS Technologies has received a $32 million order from Natick Contracting Division to provide Joint Service Transportable Decontamination Systems, Small Scale. The order is part of a current five-year $84 million contract with the Chemical and Biological Defense Joint Program Executive Office in Falls Church, Virginia.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received a $120 million order for low-power uncooled Thermal Weapon Sight II Bridge Systems. The order originated with the U.S. Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command Acquisition Center at the U.S. Army Garrison Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, acting on behalf of the Program Executive Office Soldier at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
DRS Technologies has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity $531 million contract ceiling extension to its current JV5 production contract to provide JV-5 ultra-rugged vehicle computing and display systems for the U.S. Army's Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below program and Blue Force Tracking and the U.S. Marine Corps situational awareness requirements. The ceiling extension was awarded to DRS by the Army's Communication-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received multiple contract awards worth approximately $91 million from the U.S. Army's Communications-Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, to manufacture more than 5,000 tactical quiet generators in various sizes.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received a follow-on order of $32.7 million for electro-optical subassemblies for the Long-Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3) program. The Raytheon Company is the prime contractor. LRAS3 is a multi-sensor infrared system for Stryker, HMMWV and MRAP vehicle platforms. It enables real-time detection, recognition, identification and geo-location of distant targets 24 hours a day.
DRS Technical Services Incorporated is being awarded a indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, firm-fixed-price contract for $15.7 million for satellite communications equipment and training, including data distribution networks and complex telecommunications systems for data, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), conventional telephone and video applications delivered over integrated satellite, and terrestrial and wireless networks. This contract includes options that if exercised could bring the cumulative value of the contract to an estimated $47.2 million.
DRS Technologies Incorporated has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity $22.3 million contract from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command to design, produce and deliver repair station console (RSC) systems for the DDG modernization backfit program. The development and installation of these systems will automate and integrate shipboard damage control communications, which increase the survivability of battle-damaged ships. The RSC systems will be installed on U.S. Navy Surface combatant ships and will communicate over the shipboard gigabit ethernet data multiplex system network.
DRS Technologies has received contracts from various customers with a combined value of approximately $47 million to provide man-portable surveillance and target acquisition radar (MSTAR) systems, accessories and/or support. The systems will support the U.S. Defense Department in a variety of surveillance and security applications.
DRS Technical Services Incorporated will provide satellite communications equipment and training through a $15,733,333 indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, firm-fixed-price contract. The contract could be worth an estimated $47.2 million if all options are exercised. The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Charleston, South Carolina, is the contracting activity.
SELEX Galileo has awarded DRS Technologies an $11.4 million follow-on contract to produce Fine Track Sensor kits, which are used in Directional Infrared Countermeasure (DIRCM) transmitters. The transmitters are a key component of Northrop Grumman's Nemesis DIRCM system, which is used to protect rotary- and fixed-wing military aircraft from shoulder-launched, heat-seeking surface-to-air missiles. The work will be performed by the DRS Sensors and Targeting Systems--Infrared Technologies Division in Dallas, Texas.