Deals this week: CACI International, Aspire Defence Capital Works, AAI
The US General Services Administration has awarded a $1.77bn-worth OASIS Pool 4 contract to CACI International.
The contract will include delivery of analytical operations, intelligence and training support for the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization’s counter-IED missions.
The contractual work is scheduled to be completed in October 2021.
Aspire Defence Capital Works (ADCW) and Aspire Defence Services Limited (ADSL) have won contracts worth $1.4bn to provide construction and project management services in support of the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)’s Army Basing Programme.
ADCW is set to construct 130 new buildings, while ADSL will supply programme management and maintenance services to the Salisbury Plain and Aldershot Army garrisons, through 2020.
Both ADCW and ADSL are 50 / 50 joint ventures split between Carillion and KBR.
The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a $206.56m-worth logistics support contract to AAI.
AAI will provide logistics and sustainment services for Shadow RQ-7B unmanned aerial vehicles, under the foreign military sales contract.
The contractual work is scheduled to be completed by October 2017.
AM General has won a $32.39m contract to supply transmission systems for the US Army's high-mobility multi-wheeled vehicles (HMMWVs).
Awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime, the contract is scheduled to be completed in November 2019.
Ceradyne, a subsidiary of 3M, has agreed to produce and supply approximately 30,000 Vital Torso Protection (VTP)-Enhanced Small Arms Protective Inserts (ESAPI) components for the US Army’s Soldier Protection System, under a $36m contract.
The company has also won a separate contract from the army to produce 5,300 integrated head protection systems.
Production under the $7m contract is expected to begin in 2017.
Image: AAI has been contracted by the US Army to provide logistics and sustainment services for Shadow RQ-7B UAVs. Photo: courtesy of US Army.