Deals this week: General Dynamics Electric Boat, Lockheed Martin, Boeing
General Dynamics Electric Boat has selected BWXT Nuclear Operations Group Inc for work on the Columbia-class nuclear submarines.
The deal is valued at approximately $76.2m and will require BWXT to produce additional common missile compartment (CMC) tube assemblies for the new vessels.
Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems has won a $22.03m contract modification to provide computing, display and peripheral equipment for the Aegis combat system installed on the DDG 125 and DDG 126 guided missile destroyers.
The deal was awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command and is scheduled for completion in August 2021.
The Boeing Company has won a $49.76m contract from the US Naval Air Systems Command to extend the service life of the existing F / A-18E / F Super Hornet fighter aircraft up to April 2021.
Work under the new arrangement will be performed as part of the phase C effort of the F / A-18E / F service life assessment and service life extension programmes.
The US Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) has awarded an $18.09m deal to three different companies for the provision of pier-side ship and general ship repair services.
Guam Shipyard, Cabras Marine Corp, and Seafix Inc are set to perform repair services for ships operated by the US Navy, US MSC, and the US Coast Guard at Naval Base Guam up to April 2018 as part of the new commitment.
General Dynamics Information Technology Inc has won a $47.1m contract to provide a range of services to the US Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, Naval Information Forces Command, and other commands until April 2022.
Services due to be provided under the agreement include programme management, cyber security, information technology portfolio management, and subject matter expertise for geospatial information systems.