Deals this week: Boeing, Raytheon, CACI International
The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a contract modification worth $541.09m to The Boeing Company to produce lot 15 CH-47F cargo renew and new-build helicopters through December 2020.
The helicopters to be built under the contract will be supplied to the Government of Netherlands, under a foreign military sale (FMS) deal.
Raytheon has won an $87.32m contract from the US Army Contracting Command to support UAE’s Patriot air defence system, under a foreign military sales programme.
The contractor will provide support services necessary for planning, fielding, operation, maintenance and sustainment of the Patriot missile system and associated equipment in the UAE up to July 2021.
CACI International has secured a $48m contract to provide information technology services to the US Army Architecture, Operations, Networks, and Space (AONS) Directorate of the US Army Chief Information Officer (CIO)/G-6.
The scope of the contract includes providing technical assistance to CIO/G-6 in planning, programme, and analytical services to support the US Army’s C4 and information technology needs.
Y-Tech Services has been awarded a $21.37m logistics support contract by the US Army Contracting Command.
The contractor will carry out repair, maintenance, and logistics support services at the Aviation Flight Test Directorate at Redstone Test Center near Huntsville, Alabama, US, until May 2019.
Lockheed Martin has won a contract to supply modernised target acquisition designation sight / pilot night vision sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) systems to the governments of India, Egypt, UAE, Korea, Republic of Indonesia, UK, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Poland.
The M-TADS/PNVS systems to be supplied under the deal will be installed aboard Apache attack helicopters.
Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract also covers subcomponent production and technical services.