Deals this week: L-3 Communications, CSRA, Boeing


L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace LLC has won a one-year contract modification in support of the US Navy’s TH-57 Sea Ranger trainer helicopter fleet.

The $83.05m modification has been awarded by the US Naval Air Systems Command, and requires the delivery of L-3 Communications systems to provide organisational and depot-level logistics services for the maintenance of the TH-57 helicopters.

The US Marine Corps (USMC) Technology Services Organization has awarded a $143.3m IT support contract to CSRA LLC.

CSRA will provide engineering, maintenance and operational support services for the USMC’s enterprise business systems under the new commitment.

The Boeing Company has won a deal for the installation of Block II infrared search and track systems (IRST) in the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet multi-role fighter aircraft.

"The US Southwest Regional Maintenance Center has awarded a $93m deal to Control Engineering Maintenance Corp and six other companies for the maintenance of the US Navy’s ships."

The contractor will design, develop and procure hardware, product support and technical risk reduction efforts for the IRST as part of the arrangement.

The $89m contract will run through April 2020 and has been awarded by the US Naval Air Systems Command.

The Pentagon Gear, a Brand of Timken Gears & Services Inc, has received a contract modification worth $98.09m for the supply of three main reduction gear shipsets for the US Navy’s DDG-125, DDG-126 and DDG-127 guided missile destroyers.

US Naval Sea Systems Command awarded the deal, which is set to run through May 2020.

The US Southwest Regional Maintenance Center has awarded a $93m deal to Control Engineering Maintenance Corp and six other companies for the maintenance of the US Navy’s ships.

The agreement has a one-year base period with four-year option periods, and includes non-complex emergent and maintenance of surface combatant ships, including DDG guided missile destroyers, guided missile cruisers, and amphibious ships.