Deals this week: General Dynamics Land Systems, ScImage, Leidos
General Dynamics Land Systems has received a $270.16m contract to integrate SEPv2 legacy unique components for 45 M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams main battle tanks.
Placed by the US Army Contracting Command, the two-year contract also includes the delivery of 60 SEPv2 legacy and SEPv3 unique components, as well as support and test equipment for the M1A2 Abrams upgrades.
ScImage has won a $400m contract to provide a communication system and maintenance services to the US Armed Forces and other federal civilian agencies.
Awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support, the deal will cover the provision of a digital imaging network picture archiving communications system (DIN-PACS).
The contract has a five-year option period.
The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a $60.97 contract modification to Leidos for sustainment services.
Leidos will assist with the operation, sustainment, and integration of the Saturn Arch quick reaction capability programme until September 2018.
Lockheed Martin has secured a $75.37m contract modification to provide sensor systems and spare parts for the US Army’s Apache attack helicopter.
The deal covers upgraded target acquisition designation sight / pilot night vision sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) kits and spare parts.
Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract is expected to be completed in March 2020.
Oshkosh Defense has secured a fifth order worth $195m to support the US Army's joint light tactical vehicle (JLTV) programme.
The company will deliver 748 JLTV vehicles and 2,359 installed and packaged kits to the US Army, as part of the new order.
The JLTV programme is expected to enter full-rate production in 2019.