Deals this week: AAI, Leidos, Vistronix
AAI has secured a logistics support contract worth $14.28m from the US Army Contracting Command.
The contractor will provide logistics support for the currently fielded one system remote video terminal (OSRVT) systems operated by the US Army and Australia, under the foreign military sales contract.
The deal is scheduled to be completed in November 2019.
Leidos has been contracted by the US Army to deploy 14 common driver trainer (CDT) virtual simulators including student training, instructor operator and assistant driver stations.
The $10m contract has a two-year base period and one 16-month extension option.
Task orders worth $21m have been awarded to a joint venture between DCS and Millennium in support of the US Army’s sensors and night vision devices.
The contractual work, which will be performed under the US Army’s warrior enabling broad sensors contract, includes engineering, systems development, technical and project management, tests and evaluation.
Vistronix has entered a deal with the US Army Contracting Command to provide engineering and technical assistance support for the US Army’s wideband control systems.
Valued at $14.14m, the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract is scheduled to be completed in November 2019.
NCI has been contracted by the US Army to perform engineering and integration support work at the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) in Maryland, US.
The $10m contractual work, which is part of the total engineering and integration services (TEIS) III contract, includes engineering, integration and testing of C4I/IT systems of the INSCOM.