Deals this week: Lockheed Martin, Boeing, CACI International

7 September 2018 (Last Updated September 7th, 2018 09:57)

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $500m contract to deliver up to 200 electronic consolidated automated support systems (eCASS).

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $500m contract to deliver up to 200 electronic consolidated automated support systems (eCASS).

The eCASS will be used by the US Navy to troubleshoot and repair avionics and electronics of military aircraft such as E-2D Hawkeye and F/A-18 Hornet to optimise operational readiness.

The eCASS system offers automated testing capability both at sea and onshore.

Boeing has been awarded an $805.3m contract to design and develop four new MQ-25A Stingray carrier-based unmanned refuelling tankers.

The company will also test, supply, support and integrate the aerial vehicle into the Carrier Air Wing.

“CACI International has received a $184m contract to support the US Navy’s Deputy Chief of Naval Operations Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education enterprise.”

Contractual work will be performed at Boeing’s St Louis site in Missouri, US, while the initial operational capability of the aircraft is expected to be achieved in 2024.

The aerial vehicle aims to increase the operational efficiency and safety of the Carrier Air Wing.

CACI International has received a $184m contract to support the US Navy’s Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (DCNO) Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) enterprise.

As the prime contractor, CACI will deliver business management services and business process re-engineering to the MPT&E programme for a period of nine years.

The US Navy’s DCNO MPT&E enterprise manages the US Navy fleet and ensures sailor readiness.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company has secured an $81.03m contract to provide initial spare parts for the F-35 Lightning III joint strike fighter aircraft.

The contract is a modification to one previously awarded by the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) under a basic ordering agreement.

Lockheed Martin will supply afloat spares packages, the US Marine Corps (USMC) quick engine change kits, and associated consumables to help meet the air vehicle delivery schedules for the US Navy and the USMC.

Contractual work is scheduled to be completed in December 2023.

Raytheon Co has been awarded a $59.72m performance-based logistics contract to provide support for the forward-looking infrared system on board the CH-53 Sea Stallion heavy-lift transport helicopter and V-22 Osprey tiltrotor military aircraft.

Awarded by the US Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, contractual work will be carried out in McKinney in Texas, El Segundo in California, and Jacksonville in Florida.