Deals this week: Beshenich Muir and Associates, EXP Federal, Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies


The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a $200m training support contract to Beshenich Muir and Associates.

The scope of the work includes the delivery of instructor, training support and development services until October 2021.

EXP Federal has received a technical support services contract worth $32.64m from the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The contractor will conduct inspections, repairs, and assessment and provide training for facilities in Kuwait for approximately 12 months.

Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies has received a prime contract to provide engineering support services for the government programmes with C4ISR requirements, under the US Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) programme.

"UK-based company QinetiQ has been contracted by BAE Systems to deploy new electric drive technology on combat vehicles."

Valued $37.4bn, the RS3 programme is intended to provide services such as development, engineering, research, and test and evaluation.

UK-based company QinetiQ has been contracted by BAE Systems to deploy new electric drive technology on combat vehicles.

The new electric drive system will provide reliable operation, fuel savings, improved mobility and low life-cycle costs to the platform vehicles.

DTECH Labs, a part of Cubic, has secured tow contracts to support the tactical local area network (TACLAN) of the US Special Operations Command.

The scope of the supply includes delivery of DTECH’s M3-SE networking hardware, which will provide the special operations forces with more reliable communications.