Deals this week: Bell Helicopter Textron, General Dynamics, Raytheon

9 February 2017 (Last Updated February 9th, 2017 18:30)

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc has won a year-long contract to procure long-lead items and components for 27 Lot 15 AH-1Z production aircraft for use by the US Marine Corps.

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc has won a year-long contract to procure long-lead items and components for 27 Lot 15 AH-1Z production aircraft for use by the US Marine Corps.

The contract is valued at $49.06m and has been awarded by the US Naval Air Systems Command.

General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) has entered a deal to provide enterprise-level IT services to SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic and Commander Navy Installations Command.

The $70m N6 IT support contract includes provision of engineering, programme and technical support services.

Raytheon Technical Services Company has won a contract to procure environmental satellite receiver processor (ESRP) in support of the US Navy’s executive office command control communications computers and intelligence (PEO C4I) programme.

The $49.99m deal will run through September 2022 and has been awarded by the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

"Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc has agreed to provide radiology systems, training and accessories to the US Navy, under a new $827.61m deal."

BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Inc has secured a contract modification worth $26.66m to provide maintenance services for the USS Harpers Ferry (LSD-49) landing ship dock until January 2018.

The modification was awarded by the US Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, and covers depot-level maintenance, upgrades, and alterations.

Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc has agreed to provide radiology systems, training and accessories to the US Navy, under a new $827.61m deal.

The contract also requires Toshiba to provide radiology systems to the US Marine Corps, US Army, US Air Force, and federal civilian agencies, and was awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support.

The arrangement has a base period of five years and one five-year extension option.