The contract was awarded to six American small businesses: Colsa, CybEx LLC, Decisive Analytics, MEI Technologies, Sentar, and Torch Technologies, each of which will perform design, development, and other work benefiting the Space and Missile Defense Command. Eight companies submitted bids for the contract. The location of the work and related funding details will be determined with each other, and the labor is scheduled to be finished on Feb. 17, 2025.
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training is being granted an $18.4 million Navy contract modification to deliver materials and provide manufacturing work related to two ballistic missile submarine systems, as well as one engineering development model.
More than $10 million in fiscal 2016 funding will be assigned when the undefinitized contract action modification is awarded, none of which will expire at the end of the year. The majority of the work—more than 75 percent—will be conducted in Manassas, Va., with the remaining labor taking place at locations throughout the U.S. All of the labor should be finished by October 2016.
Five small businesses have been awarded a $49 million Army contract to produce weapon parts and accessories for the governments of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Columbia, Romania, Chad, Somalia, Niger, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Peru, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Jordan.
Culmen International, Defense Technology, Multinational Defense Services, Sierra Four Industries, and UDC USA won the firm-fixed-price, multi-year, foreign military sales contract after beating out four other companies that placed bids. The location of the work and related funding information will be determined with each other, and the labor is scheduled to be finished Feb. 18, 2021.
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