BAE Systems has received a $742 million U.S. Army contract to remanufacture more than 300 Bradley vehicles with additional armor to protect soldiers. The award brings the total value of BAE Systems' 2008 Bradley remanufacturing contracts to $1.3 billion for 578 vehicles. Bradley Combat Systems provide survivability, mobility and lethality to U.S. soldiers in close-combat urban situations as well as in open combat.
BAE Systems has been awarded an $11 million contract from the U.S. Army to purchase and install improvised explosive device (IED) mine armor kits on 433 Bradley Combat Systems vehicles. This award also includes the installation work for 116 kits previously purchased under this contract. When combined with previous awards, this modification brings the total contract value to $96 million for Bradley IED Mine Armor Kits.
BAE Systems has been awarded a contract to participate in the Defense Information Systems Agency's (DISA) $12 billion ENCORE II information technology solutions program. As one of 14 large businesses awarded a contract to support the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, BAE will provide DISA with network engineering services, systems development engineering and integration, security engineering and enterprise support. The purpose of ENCORE II is to create an infrastructure for--and to provide network-centric services to support--global online collaboration among the military services, the U.S. Defense Department and other government agencies. It will also support the command and control, intelligence and mission-support activities of the military and defense agencies and the Global Information Grid.
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.
BAE Systems Technical Services and the U.S. Air Force are modifying a firm-fixed-price, cost reimbursable, cost-plus-fixed-fee, fixed-price incentive contract for an estimated $7,557,147. The instrumentation radar support program provides serviceable radar components and subsystems as well as technical field support for instrumentation radar of the C and X band families. Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, is the contracting activity.
BAE Systems has been named as a prime contractor on the U.S. Air Force's future flexible acquisition and sustainment tool contract. The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract could be worth up to $6.9 billion divided among the prime contractors. BAE will continue to provide modifications, development and maintenance on all Air Force- and Air Force Special Operations Command-managed weapons.
BAE Systems has been awarded a $194 million contract by the Ministry of Defence to provide next-generation medium-range radars (MRR) for the majority of the Royal Navy surface fleet and for the future aircraft carriers.
BAE Systems has won a five-year, $94 million, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with the U.S. Marine Corps Operational Test and Evaluation Activity Omnibus Support. BAE will provide the personnel and technical expertise to deliver essential complimentary operational test, evaluation, managerial and technical support resources to the Marine Corps.
BAE Systems has been awarded a $14.5 million U.S. Army contract to develop surveillance sensors under the Army's Airborne Wide Area Persistent Surveillance Sensor program. The system will use dual-band visible and infrared imaging technology to collect high-resolution imagery from large areas of interest, enabling military aircraft to conduct 24-hour surveillance.