Decisive Analytics has secured a $37.4bn contract from the US Army to support the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services programme.
The company will provide engineering, test, evaluation, research and development services as part of the five-year contract.
Decisive Analytics will also offer logistical services, acquisition, and strategic planning for the programme.
The contract includes an option for an additional five-year ordering period.
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has awarded a $17.5bn contract to Amyx for a range of IT services.
Amyx will provide IT services such as cybersecurity assessment and authorisation, Cloud professional, and customised application development under the ten-year ENCORE III contract.
Work is due to be performed at multiple global locations and will support the Department of Defence and other federal agencies.
The US Army has awarded a $12.1bn Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 Services contract to n-Link Corporation.
n-Link Corporation will provide development, operation and maintenance services as part of the contract.
Task orders may also include requirement analysis, development and implementation of recommended solutions, as well as operation and maintenance of legacy systems for all Federal Contracting Officers and the US Army.
Perspecta has received a contract to provide maintenance and integration services for mission-critical hardware and software of the US Department of Defence (DoD) Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC).
The contract was awarded on behalf of the DMDC by the General Services Administration Federal Acquisition Service Assisted Acquisition Services Region 3.
Perspecta will provide high-quality and sustainable hardware and software solutions along with the maintenance and integration services under the contract.
The contract also includes real-time automated personnel identification services, biometric identification, emergency tracking accountability, and joint asset movement management.
The contract includes options, which if exercised, will bring the total ceiling value of the contract to $564m and the contract period to five years.
Engility Holdings has secured a contract from the DoD to provide medical and logistical support.
Engility is the prime contractor of the multiple-award DoD contract, which has a ceiling value of $249m. The contract has a five-year base period of performance, and a one-year and six–month option.
The company will be responsible for providing assistance to the Joint Program Executive Office (JPEO) for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defence (CBRND).
It will also provide support for policy and protocol development of JPEO-CBRND systems in the areas of biologics, vaccines and pharmaceuticals.
The contract covers logistics support, including the development, production, maintenance and sustainment of a JPEO-CBRND programme of record.
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has received a $550m contract from a customer in Asia to provide its Sky Capture air defence system.
Sky Capture is a command and control system for anti-aircraft artillery and very short-range air defence systems.
It will integrate the customer’s legacy air defence systems with modern sensors, communications and computing capabilities.
Cohort subsidiary MASS Consultants has been awarded an in-service support contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD).
The £50m ($63m) eight-year contract is subject to approval from the MoD.
The company will carry out operational analysis studies, modelling, and simulation along with IT infrastructure management as part of the contract.
The contract will be a continuation to the work that has been performed by the company since 2000 and is expected to run until 2027.
It includes four additional one-year extensions, which will take the contract period to 2031 if exercised.