BAE Systems National Security Solutions, BAE Systems Advanced Information Technologies, Burlington, Massachusetts, was recently awarded a $21 million contract to design a new computer system that is highly resistant to cyber attack, is resilient in that it continues to render useful services in the face of attacks and faults, and can repair itself. The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity.
BAE Systems, Information and Electronic Systems Integration Incorporated, Nashua, New Hampshire, is being awarded a potential $41 million contract for four high-frequency wideband AN/SQQ-32(v)4 systems and associated engineering services and support that will detect and classify bottom and moored sea mines. The AN/SQQ-32(v)4 will be deployed from carriers for self-protection. High-frequency wideband AN/SQQ-32(v)4 will replace the in-service AN/SQQ-32(v)3 detection sonar and will improve detection performance and target resolution in high clutter environments including littoral zones and confined straits.
BAE Systems National Security Solutions Incorporated, San Diego, California, was awarded an $11 million contract for Global Geospatial Intelligence data products in support of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the contracting activity.
BAE Systems National Security Solutions Inc., San Diego, California, recently received a contract valued at more than $12 million for Global Geospatial Intelligence date products in support of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. The company was also awarded an $8 million contract for subject matter expert services for National Ground Intelligence Center NGA Support Team, the Office of Counter Proliferation, the Office of Counterterrorism, and the Office of Asia Pacific. Both contracts were awarded by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
ITT Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems, Raytheon Electronic Warfare Systems, Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems, and BAE Electronic Integration Systems each received approximately $42 million for technology maturation efforts in support of the next-generation jammer, which will replace the ALQ-99 tactical jamming system. Technology maturation efforts include research in support of future development of airborne electronic attack capability from a tactical-size airborne stand-off/mod-escort platform.
BAE Systems has received a $32 million contract modification from the U.S. Army's TACOM Life Cycle Management command to reset 417 M113 vehicles. Under the contract, the company will refurbish the vehicles by replacing old and damaged equipment with upgraded components and restoring the vehicles to pre-combat condition.
The U.S. Navy has awarded BAE Systems a $185.3 million contract for the completion of qualifications of the 155 millimeter Long Range Attack Projectile (LRLAP). The LRLAP is being developed for the U.S. Navy's DDG 1000 program and will be fired from the Advanced Gun System.
BAE Systems has been awarded a $21 million contract by the U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center to provide software engineering and other technical services. Under the contract, the company will develop, maintain, and test software for sonars and other operational systems on ships and submarines and provide information technology support for Web-based documentation and data storage.
BAE Systems has received a five-year, $41.9 million U.S. Army contract for all-weather, lightweight, handheld Laser Target Locator Modules. The devices allow soldiers to accurately identify target locations while on foot, in daylight or at night, and in fog and smoke.
Seeing in the dark isn't the only benefit emerging from two new versions of next-generation goggles. The U.S. Army is using vision devices that combine image intensifier (I2) and infrared technologies--a feat never before seen. News Editor Rita Boland has these goggles in her sights in Night Vision Is Only the Beginning, featured in this month's SIGNAL Magazine.
The United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence has awarded BAE Systems a 3.5 million pound contract to reduce the risk in the Royal Navy's Future Surface Combatant (FSC) program by allowing the joint project team to develop a better view of costs, schedules and design at an earlier stage than previous programs.
The U.S. Navy has awarded BAE Systems a contract worth up to $233 million to provide information and operating systems integration and related services at land-based facilities and on platforms such as ships, submarines and ground vehicles. The company will support the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) with engineering services, production engineering, integration, testing, inspection, and installation of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems.
BAE Systems has been awarded an $11.9 million modification to a previously awarded contract to continue the design and development of the Long Range Land Attack Projectile (LRLAP). LRLAPs are guided flight projectiles that are fired by the Advanced Gun System, an automated 155 millimeter gun.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded BAE Systems a five-year contract valued up to $20 million to support the service's global monitoring for nuclear treaty compliance. The company will provide engineering, research and program management services for the Air Force Technical Applications Center at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida.
BAE Systems has won a contract worth more than £400 million by Eurofighter GMBH. The company will provide support for the radar and defensive aids subsystems on the Eurofighter Typhoon fleets for the German, Italian, Spanish and British air forces.
BAE Systems has been awarded a contract by the U.K. Ministry of Defence for an improved version of its go-anywhere BvS10 Viking armoured vehicle. The contract is worth up to £24 million.
BAE Systems will provide identification friend or foe (IFF) digital transponders, upgrade kits and spares to the U.S. Navy and Army under a $20 million contract. The IFF systems increase situational awareness and help to positively establish the identity of friendly forces, reducing the risk of fratricide, or "friendly fire."
BAE Systems National Security Solutions has been awarded a $7 million contract. The purpose of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA's) Urban Reasoning and Geospatial Exploitation Technology (URGENT) Phase two program is to extend accuracy and productivity to human geospatial analysts by advancing the state of the art in automated scene analysis.
BAE Systems has received $43 million in orders from the Defense Logistics Agency for production of Modular Lightweight Load Carrying Equipment (MOLLE) Core Rifleman sets, Ruck sets and components.
BAE Systems has received a contract from the U.S. Treasury Department for managed information technology services with a ceiling of $325 million over seven years.