Deals this week: Defense Systems and Solutions, Lockheed Martin

25 May 2018 (Last Updated May 24th, 2018 17:15)

Yulista Integrated Solutions and Science and Engineering Services joint venture Defense Systems and Solutions has been awarded a $2.56bn technical support services contract by US Army Contracting Command (ACC).

Yulista Integrated Solutions and Science and Engineering Services joint venture Defense Systems and Solutions has been awarded a $2.56bn technical support services contract by US Army Contracting Command (ACC).

The joint venture will provide technical support for the Aviation and Missile Research, Development, Engineering Center’s Prototype Integration Facility (PIF) until May 2027 as part of the contract.

PIF provides response and integrated hardware solutions to military personnel.

The US Army Contracting Command (ACC) has awarded a $93.38m contract to Griffon Aerospace Inc and three other firms for work on the Aerial Target Systems 2 programme.

Griffon Aerospace with Kratos Defense & Rocket Support Services Inc, Trideum Corp, and Kord Technologies Inc will provide research, development, test and evaluation services for the Aerial Target Systems 2 as part of the contract.

The contractual work is expected to be complete by May 2023.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has secured a contract modification to provide flight test support for the Phased Array Tracking to Intercept of Target (PATRIOT) Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) weapon system.

“The company will provide ground and flight test support for the post-deployment build-8.1 PAC-3 missile system until April 2022.”

The company will provide ground and flight test support for the post-deployment build-8.1 PAC-3 missile system until April 2022.

The contractual work will be performed in Dallas, Texas, US.

Leidos has secured a task order worth $239.5m to provide information technology support services to the US Army Corps of Engineers (ACE), under the US General Services Administration’s Aliant Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC).

The information technology support services will be provided to approximately 37,000 USACE customers worldwide.

The task order has a one-year base period of performance and two option years.

General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems has secured a contract modification worth $33.81m to supply Ground Mobility Vehicle 1.1 (GMV 1.1) light off-road vehicles for the US Special Operations Command.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract also covers GMV 1.1 support equipment.

The contractual work will be performed in St Petersburg, Florida, until March 2019.