Raytheon Co., El Segundo, California, has been awarded an $11,380,431 modification (P00007) to contract FA8523-16-F-0049 for miniaturized airborne global positioning system (GPS) receiver 2K-M development. This contract modification provides for the incorporation of engineering change proposal, CLGNS-2018-089, which implements trusted application specific integrated circuit requirement and military GPS user equipment program request. Work will be performed in El Segundo, California; and Huntsville, Alabama, and is expected to be completed May 31, 2020. This modification is the result of a sole-source acquisition. No funds are being obligated at the time of award. Total cumulative face value of the delivery order is $69,109,369.
Raytheon Co., Fort Wayne, Indiana, was awarded a $49,025,060 modification (P00005) to contract W15P7T-14-D-C006 for the development of Electronic Warfare Program Management Tool, Capability Drop 4 (CD4) along with interim contractor support required for the maintenance and fielding of CD3 through CD4. Work will be performed in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with an estimated completion date of September 30, 2022. Fiscal year 2018 research, development, test and evaluation funds in the amount of $1 were obligated at the time of the award. U.S. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, is the contracting activity.
The U.S. military awarded contracts to Raytheon Co., Woburn, Massachusetts (HQ0147-18-D-0008); Lockheed Martin Corp., Moorestown, New Jersey (HQ0147-18-D-0011); and Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. acting through the Missile Defense and Protective Systems Division, Huntsville, Alabama (HQ0147-18-D-0010). The companies will provide autonomous acquisition and persistent precision tracking and discrimination to optimize the defensive capability of the Ballistic Missile Defense system and counter evolving threats. Each company is being awarded a multiple award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (MAIDIQ) contract with a minimum amount of $10,000 and a maximum amount of $4,100,000,000.
Raytheon Company Missile Systems, Tucson, Arizona, was awarded a $315,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the production of the Griffin missile as well as related support for product improvements and operations and sustainment. Work will be performed at contractor facilities in Tucson. Fiscal year 2018 research, development, testing, and evaluation funds will be obligated to satisfy the contract minimum amount. Additional funding will be obligated on a delivery/task order basis. The contract was a sole-source acquisition with only one responsible source satisfying agency requirements.
Raytheon Co., Tucson, Arizona, is awarded a $29,688,168 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the Low Cost UAV Swarming Technology (LOCUST) Innovative Naval Prototype (INP). Work will be performed in Tucson, Arizona, and work is expected to be completed by January 25, 2020. Fiscal year 2018 research, development, test and evaluation (Navy) funds in the amount of $7,129,599 will be obligated at the time of award.
Raytheon Co., McKinney, Texas, is being awarded $8,268,078 for firm-fixed-price delivery order N00383-18-F-AE00 under previously awarded basic ordering agreement N00383-17-G-AE01 for the repair of the forward-looking infrared radiometer systems in support of the V-22 and H-53 aircraft. Work will be performed in McKinney, Texas (80 percent); and Jacksonville, Florida (20 percent), and is expected to be completed by June 2020. Fiscal year 2018 working capital funds (Navy) in the amount of $8,268,078 will be obligated at time of award, and funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One company was solicited for this non-competitive requirement with one offer received.
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, Dulles, Virginia, is awarded a $64,476,915 fixed price modification P00024 under a previously awarded firm-fixed price contract (M67004-16-C-0005) in support of the Marine Corps Logistics Integration Support (LIS) program. Work will be performed in Albany, Georgia (50 percent); Camp Pendleton, California (21 percent); Camp Lejeune, North Carolina (12 percent); Barstow, California (11 percent); Okinawa, Japan (5 percent); and Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii (1 percent). Work is expected to be completed May 31, 2019. Fiscal year 2018 operations and maintenance funds in the amount of $14,000,000 will be obligated at the time of award and will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Working capital
Raytheon Co., Missile Systems, Tucson, Arizona, was awarded a $14,856,016 firm-fixed-price contract for Over-the-Horizon Weapon Systems. Under the contract, the company will manufacture and deliver the systems, which consist of encanistered missiles (EM) loaded into launching mechanisms (LM); and a single fire control suite (FCS).
Raytheon Co., McKinney, Texas, is awarded an $11,016,000 firm-fixed-price modification to previously awarded contract (N00164-18-C-JQ40) for the procurement of eight common sensor payloads (CSP) (one turret and one electronics unit in each system) and data. The CSP is an electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensor system for the Army Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system.
Raytheon Co., Intelligence, Information and Services, Indianapolis, Indiana, is awarded $9,568,511 for cost-plus-fixed-fee delivery order N0001918F2351 against a previously issued basic ordering agreement (N00019-15-G-0003). This delivery order is for the procurement of smart multi-function color display repair support and software development activities to include APR-39D(V)2 integration as well as the ability to develop and deliver fix builds to correct existing and future software deficiencies in support of the H-53 aircraft. Work will be performed in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is expected to be completed in September 2021. Fiscal year 2018 research, development, test and evaluation (Navy); and fiscal 2018 aircraft procurement (Navy)
Raytheon Missile Systems, Tucson, Arizona, was awarded a $7,471,077 cost-plus-fixed-fee modification to a previously awarded contract (N00024-15-C-5410) for design agent and engineering support services for the Rolling Airframe Missile upgraded MK-31 Guided Missile Weapon System Improvement program. The support is required to maintain current weapon system capability as well as resolve issues through design, systems, software maintenance, reliability, maintainability, quality assurance and logistics engineering services. The MK-31 Rolling Airframe Missile Guided Missile Weapon system is a cooperative development and production program conducted jointly by the U.S.; and the Federal Republic of Germany under memoranda of understanding.
Raytheon Co., Intelligence, Information & Services, Richardson, Texas, has been awarded $37,366,000 ceiling indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contact for the sustainment of services to the Cross Domain Enterprise All Source User Repository (CENTAUR) system. This contract provides for the continued sustainment of the CENTAUR architecture that services as a coalition cross domain solution, as well as continued development of the NGA Coalition Data Broker.
Raytheon Co., McKinney, Texas, is awarded a $7,073,229 for a firm-fixed-price contract for the repair of the Multimode Radar System in support of the V-22 aircraft. This delivery order does not contain a provision for an option quantity. Work will be performed in McKinney, Texas, and is to be completed by May 2020. Fiscal year 2018 working capital funds (Navy) in the full amount of $7,073,229 are obligated at the time of award and funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One firm was solicited for this non-competitive requirement, and one offer was received. Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is the contracting activity.
Raytheon Co., El Segundo, California, was awarded $25,160,073 for a modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for development of the Next Generation Jammer, Mid-Band, known as the AN/ALQ-249. The modification gives the Navy additional structural analysis and structural design efforts in support of the engineering and manufacturing development of the AN/ALQ-249, including static and fatigue requirements. Work will be performed in El Segundo (52 percent); Dallas, Texas (47 percent); and Ft.
Raytheon Co., Integrated Defense Systems, Tewksbury, Massachusetts, is awarded a $29,990,292 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for Cross Domain Maritime Surveillance and Targeting (CDMaST). Work will be performed in Pittsfield, Massachusetts (37 percent); Woburn, Massachusetts (20 percent); Cambridge, Massachusetts (15 percent); Portsmouth, Rhode Island (12 percent); Groton, Connecticut (8 percent); San Diego, California (6 percent); and various places below one percent (2 percent), and is expected to be completed by October 31, 2020. Fiscal 2018 research, development, test and evaluation (Navy) funds in the amount of $1,416,157 will be placed on contract and obligated at the time of award. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the cu
Raytheon Co., Fort Wayne, Indiana, has been awarded an $11,906,673 hybrid (cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price) contract for AN/ARC-231 multi-mode aviation radio suite hardware components, and technical, engineering, and logistic related services in support of product manager, aviation mission equipment. One bid was solicited with one bid received. Work locations and funding will be determined with each order, with an estimated completion date of April 19, 2020. U.S. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, is the contracting activity (W56JSR-18-D-0013).
Raytheon Co., Dulles, Virginia, was awarded a $7,883,823 modification (P00001) to contract W56KGY-16-D-0006 for Persistent Surveillance Dissemination System of Systems operations and sustainment. Bids were solicited via the Internet with one received. Work locations and funding will be determined with each order, with an estimated completion date of May 31, 2020. U.S. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, is the contracting activity.
When combatant commanders plan an attack on an enemy stronghold, they know exactly what to do, including which intelligence reports to consider, where to send the ground troops, when to call in an air strike and when to jam the enemy’s radar. But ask those same commanders to attack the enemy in cyberspace and the response will be far less defined.