As part of the firm-fixed-price Air Force task order, AT&T Government Solutions will provide support via “direct mission support for life cycle logistics, sustaining engineering and life cycle program support, technical order management and maintenance, and classified communication network management.”
The deal was made as part of a competitive acquisition which solicited 393 offers, though only one was received.
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More than $3 million in fiscal 2015 research, development, test and evaluation; operations and maintenance; and procurement funds will be assigned with the award.
All project labor will be conducted in El Segundo, Calif. and is expected to be finished by May 1, 2016.
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, has been awarded a $14.6 million modification for an F-22 sustainment Air Force contract.
The work is for the annual support of the Reliability and Maintainability Maturating Program (RAMMP). As part of the deal, Lockheed Martin will deliver “RAMMP retrofit efforts for execution of air cycle machine redesign and mighty tough boot.”
The labor will be conducted in Fort Worth, Texas and should be finished by April 30, 2018.
New Jersey-based Diesel Engineering Incorporated will be awarded a $16.1 million contract modification for 100 additional engine assembly kits, 100 transmissions upgrade kits, and 27 cooling components kits, which will aid improvements to Israel’s Achzarit Heavy Armored Personnel Carriers.
The Navy deal falls under the Foreign Military Sales program.
The labor will be conducted in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. and is expected to be finished by October 2017.
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