Deals this week: Raytheon, BAE Systems, Agile Defense
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems has received a four-year contract worth $111.33m from the US Naval Sea Systems Command for work on the US Navy’s Zumwalt-Class guided missile destroyers.
The contractual scope covers engineering, production, activation, integration and testing of ship mission systems, as well as equipment on the Zumwalt-Class destroyers.
AE Systems Platforms & Services has won a $38.16 deal from the US Naval Sea Systems Command for the production and delivery of fixed propulsor and tailcone systems for the navy's Virginia-class submarine SSN 798 through October 2022.
The total value of the contract with options is $185.94m.
The US Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division has awarded a five-year contract worth $41.65m to Astro Machine Works Inc and Merrill Aviation Inc for the provision of gun weapon system components.
The contractual work includes production, inspection, assembly and delivery of weapon system components and assemblies in support of the navy's battle management systems programmes.
Raytheon Missile Systems has secured a $34.27m agreement from the US Naval Sea Systems Command to support full-rate production of Standard Missile-6 (SM-6).
The new arrangement will see Raytheon procure long lead materials for all up rounds and spare parts of the SM-6 missile until March 2020.
Agile Defense Inc has received a $23.44m deal to provide support for the US Navy's BMC Remedy Enterprise System over a period of five years.
The contract will see the company offer services such as design, engineering, integration, development, testing and life-cycle support, and was awarded by the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific.
Agile Defense will also provide infrastructure and training services to the US Department of Defense.