Deals this week: Sierra Nevada, Avanti Technologies, Hamilton Sundstrand


Sierra Nevada Corp has secured a one-year contract modification worth $30.99m to procure AN / PLT-5 countermeasure transmitters for use by the explosive ordnance disposal personnel.

The deal has been awarded by the US Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division to exercise option year six of the original contract.

Avanti Technologies Inc has received a $38.57m contract to provide support services such as engineering, research, technology integration, and cyberspace science for the US Navy.

The agreement was awarded by the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, and includes a base period of three years and an additional two-year ordering option.

United Technologies Company’s subsidiary Hamilton Sundstrand has won a $12.25m deal from the US Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support for work on the V-22 Osprey multi-role aircraft.

"Jacobs Engineering Group has received a $39m task order from the US General Services Administration to provide logistics support for the US Marine Corps Special Operations Command Raiders."

The arrangement will require Hamilton to perform repair works on the constant frequency generator aboard the US Marine Corps’ MV-22 and the US Air Force’s CV-22 aircraft through to September.

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc has received a $39m task order from the US General Services Administration to provide logistics support for the US Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC) Raiders.

The contractor will provide a range of services for weapon systems sustainment at the MARSOC Raider battalion at Camp Pendleton, California, and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, US.

Mikros Systems Corporation has won a three-year contract worth $11.5m to provide engineering and technical services for the US Navy’s adaptive diagnostic electronic portable test-set (ADEPT) maintenance system.

The commitment also requires Mikros to provide product support and upgrades for up to 200 ADEPT systems operated by the US Navy.