Deals this week: Bell Boeing JPO, Rolls-Royce, Raytheon
The US Naval Supply Systems Command Weapons Systems Support has awarded a modification contract to the Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office (JPO) for the repair of multiple parts on V-22 aircraft.
The deal is valued at $38.7m and is expected to be completed in December.
The US Naval Air Systems Command has awarded an indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract to the Rolls-Royce Corporation for depot-level engine repairs for the AE21000D3 engine on the KC-130J aircraft, in support of the US Marine Corps and the government of Korea.
Work under the $372.53m firm-fixed-price arrangement is currently scheduled for completion in April 2022.
Raytheon Missile Systems has received a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract worth $113.18m from the US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to provide standard technical and engineering services for standard missiles 2, 3 and 6 for the US Navy, other government agencies, and foreign military sales (FMS).
Work under the new deal will be performed up to April 2022.
The Boeing Company has received a modification contract under a previously awarded firm-fixed-price deal from the US Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) to carry out production concurrency upgrades for the P-8A multi-mission maritime aircraft (MMA) training system.
The contract will support the US Navy and the Australian Government, and is expected to run until February 2018.
Lockheed Martin subsidiary Lockheed Martin Aeronautics has been awarded a $372.92m modification contract for the low-rate initial production (LRIP) Lot 10 F-35 Lightning II aircraft.
The terms include the delivery of F-35A and F-35B aircraft and deficiency corrections for non-US Department of Defense (DoD) participants. The contracted works will be completed in March 2020.