Georgia-based AMEC Programs has been given a $182.7 million Army contract to help build the Aegis Ashore land-based missile defense system, the U.S. Department of Defense announced in its Wednesday digest of labor deals.
The facility, which will be built in Poland, is part of European Phased Adaptive Approach Phase III. Four companies submitted bids for the fixed-price-incentive contract, which includes various options. More than $173 million in fiscal 2015 and 2016 military construction, research and development, testing, and evaluation funds will be assigned with the award. The work should be finished April 9, 2018.
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training is being given two $20 million Missile Defense Agency contract options to support advanced concept initiatives created by the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Program office to “identify technology for introduction into present and future ABMD baselines and upgrades,” according to the DoD. At the time of the award, $6.4 million in fiscal 2016 research and development, test, and evaluation funds will be awarded. The labor will be conducted in Moorestown, NJ., and should be finished on Oct. 27, 2019.
Technology Service Corporation has been given a $12 million modification to an Air Force contract for work on Rapid Reaction Multi-Mission/Support Jammer Cueing (RRMMS/SJC). The company “will use rapid prototyping processes and modular architectures to deliver mission critical and urgent technological capabilities,” according to the DoD.
Fiscal 2016 funds worth $6 million will be assigned with the cost-plus-fixed-fee modification. The labor will be conducted in Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., and should be finished on Dec. 23, 2018.
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