Deals this week: Leidos, SAIC, Norotos

30 March 2018 (Last Updated March 29th, 2018 10:58)

Leidos has received a $112m munitions services contract to provide logistics services to the 1st theatre sustainment command (TSC) in support of US Army Central (ARCENT).

Leidos has received a $112m munitions services contract to provide logistics services to the 1st theatre sustainment command (TSC) in support of US Army Central (ARCENT).

The company will support storage, maintenance, accountability and distribution of ammunition stocks in Kuwait.

The contract has a one-year base period and five one-year extension options.

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has been awarded a $554m training support systems enterprise contract by the US Army to provide training support for five years.

SAIC will develop integrated live, virtual, constructive and gaming (LVC&G) training environment to provide networked, integrated and interoperable training support to troops, commands and military installations located worldwide.

“General Dynamics has received a $200m contract to provide technical support services to the US Army’s GRIDS III project.”

The US Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime has placed an order with Norotos Inc for its helmet mount units.

Norotos will deliver helmet mounts for use by US Army troops to mount night vision devices.

The systems will be produced at Norotos’ facility in Santa Ana, California, US, until March 2023.

General Dynamics has received a $200m contract to provide technical support services to the US Army’s geospatial, research, integration, development and support (GRIDS) III project.

The services to be provided will help coordinate, integrate and synchronise geospatial information requirements and standards in the US Army.

General Dynamics will also develop geospatial enterprise-enabled systems, which will provide direct support to soldiers.

Awarded by the US Army Corps of Engineers Army Geospatial Center, the contract has one-year base period with four option years.

Saab AB has been contracted by the Netherlands Defense Material Organization (DMO) to support the Mobile Combat Training Centre of the Royal Netherlands Army.

The company will support and update the mobile training centre’s simulators as part of the deal.