Deals this week: Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Honeywell International


Lockheed Martin has won a $1.6bn full-rate production contract award for AN/TPQ-53 counter-fire radar systems.

The contractor will produce additional AN/TPQ-53 radars, which will be used by the US Army troops to detect, identify, classify, track and locate enemy indirect fire systems.

The US Army Contracting command (ACC) has awarded a contract modification to Northrop Grumman in support of integrated air and missile defence battle command system (IBCS) of the US Army.

Northrop Grumman will perform engineering, manufacturing, and development of the IBCS, as part of the $48.06m contract, through October.

"Honeywell International has received a contract modification worth $84.04m in support of the Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) programme."

Honeywell International has received a contract modification worth $84.04m in support of the Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) programme.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the modification will require Honeywell to provide TIGER hardware services at Anniston Army Depot until December.

The US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has awarded a five-year contract to Raytheon Blackbird Technologies for its Hostile Forces - tracking, tagging and locating programme.

The $90m contract will see Raytheon provide field service representatives to support operational planner and new equipment training services.

The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a $900m contract to multiple companies for work on the US Army’s Product Office tactical unmanned aircraft systems (TUAS) project.

The contractors including Leidos, AASKI Technologies, and AAI Corporation / Textron, will provide technical services and field support for the TUAS project, as part of the contract, through April 2022.