Lockheed Martin Space Systems has been given a $96 million undefinitized contract modification to adjust the GPS control segment for the Air Force’s GPS III satellites.
According to the U.S. Department of Defense, which published the news in its Thursday digest of labor contracts, Lockheed Martin will deliver operations services and supplies “to modify the current GPS control segment to operate all GPS III satellites that are launched prior to the transition to the Next Generation Operational Control System.”
The company will also deliver GPS III satellite vehicle simulations modules, a GPS simulator, and improvements to the GPS Positional Training Emulator. The military will deliver $6 million in fiscal 2016 research, development, test, and evaluation funds with the award. The labor will be conducted in Littleton, Colo. and Gaithersburg, Md., and should be finished by Dec. 31, 2019.
Illinois-based Olin Corporation has been given a $99.2 million Army contract for 9mm, .38, and .45 caliber ammunition. The Army sought just Olin for the firm-price economic price adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. Additional funding information and the location of the work will be decided along with each delivery order. The labor is expected to be finished on March 9, 2022.
General Dynamics Land Systems has been awarded a $15.9 million military sales contract which includes options to provide technical work benefiting the production of the M1A1 tank for Egypt. The labor will be conducted in Sterling Heights, Mich., and should be finished on May 8, 2019.
Raytheon is being given $11 million for a Navy contract option for four APY-10 radar system production kits. The kits, along with related work, will help to produce the P-8A Poseidon aircraft. None of the associated funding will expire in the current fiscal year. Almost all—99 percent—of the work will take place in McKinney, Texas, with remaining work being conducted in Seattle. The labor should be finished in June 2018.
Raytheon is also being awarded a $7.3 million Navy delivery order for parts and repair work supporting the V-22/H-53 Forward Looking InfraRed System. None of the funding will expire during the 2016 fiscal year. The firm-fixed-price delivery order was not competitively obtained. The labor will be conducted in Jacksonville, and is expected to be finished by Feb. 10, 2018.
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