Deals this week: AeroVironment, CACI, Leidos

27 April 2018 (Last Updated April 26th, 2018 11:02)

AeroVironment has been awarded a $44.69m contract modification by the US Army Contracting Command to support Block 10C upgrade of the Switchblade tactical missile systems.

AeroVironment has been awarded a $44.69m contract modification by the US Army Contracting Command to support Block 10C upgrade of the Switchblade tactical missile systems.

The company will provide hardware and parts for Block 10C inert training vehicles, Block 10C all up rounds, modular battery payloads and multi-pack launchers.

Contractual work will be performed in Simi Valley, California, US, until September 2019.

CACI International Inc has secured a $145m order for work on the US Army Intelligence and Security Command’s (INSCOM) counterinsurgency targeting programme (CITP).

CACI will perform research, evaluation and assessment of intelligence information to support the INSCOM’s National Ground Intelligence Center and national security priorities as part of the deal.

“The US Army Contracting Command has selected multiple contractors for work on the $870m Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-2 suite of contracts.”

The scope of the contract also includes integration of all-source intelligence relevant to counter-insurgent networks and creation of intelligence products.

Contractual work is expected to take three and a half years for completion.

The US Army Contracting Command has selected multiple contractors for work on the $870m Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-2 suite of contracts.

Companies involved in the deal are CDW Government LLC, Integrated Technologies Group, Telos Corp, NCS Technologies Inc, Dell Federal Systems LP, HPI Federal, and Transcource Services Corp.

Work under the contract is expected to be completed by April 2020.

Leidos Inc has been selected by the US Army Contracting Command to procure various contracted services required to perform synthetic environment terrain and model generation services.

The contracted services include personnel, equipment, facilities, supplies, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services.

Work under the $210m contract is expected to be completed by April 2023.

General Dynamics Information Technology has been awarded a $300m contract by the US Army to support the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).

The INSCOM IT support services 3 contract will ensure continued operation and maintenance of the US Army’s command, control, communications, computers and information management (C4IM) networks.

General Dynamics will deliver support services for maintenance operations, engineering, storage management, information assurance, web services, communications, and installation.