Boeing has been given an $855 million Air Force contract for “avionics component integration and contractor logistics support” for T-38C aircraft, the United States Department of Defense announced in its Monday digest of military contracts.
The aircraft manufacturer will conduct the work in St. Louis, and also at U.S. Air Force and Navy bases in Texas, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Mississippi. The labor should be finished by Jan. 3, 2026. Boeing was one of two companies to submit offers for the contract.
Ohio-based Veyance Technologies has been awarded a maximum, one-year $31.7 million Defense Logistics Agency contract for track shoe assemblies that will go into Abrams vehicles. Veyance Technologies was the only company to submit a bid for the firm-fixed-price contract. The labor will be conducted in Ohio, and should be finished on Jan. 3, 2017.
Exelis will repair weapons replaceable assemblies used for the Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures program after receiving a two-year $7.6 million Navy contract. The firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity deal includes three one-year options that, if exercised, would bring the total value of the contract to $28.4 million. The contract was not competitively procured by the government as permitted by a federal regulation. The labor will be conducted in Clifton, N.J., and should be finished by December 2017. If the three options are exercised, the work would be expected to be finished by December 2020.
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