Deals this week: Leidos, BAE Systems, Raytheon

18 August 2016 (Last Updated August 18th, 2016 18:30)

Leidos Holdings has been awarded a contract by the US Army in support of the Product Manager Force Protection Systems (PdM-FPS).

Leidos Holdings has been awarded a contract by the US Army in support of the Product Manager Force Protection Systems (PdM-FPS).

Under the $99m contract, Leidos will deliver automated installation entry (AIE-3) solutions for the PdM-FPS at 35 military installations.

The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency has approved a foreign military sale worth $231m. Requested by the Nato Support and Procurement Agency, the sale includes precision-guided munitions and other military equipment.

"Leidos will deliver automated installation entry (AIE-3) solutions for the PdM-FPS at 35 military installations."

Raytheon Missile Systems and Boeing Corporation will act as the prime contractors for the sale.

BAE Systems has secured a $38.2m-worth logistics services contract from the US Army. It will provide logistics services for the tactical signal intelligence payload system of the US Army under the contract.

The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a modification contract worth  $35.4m to Foster-Miller.

The contact requires Foster-Miller to supply a tactically adaptable light ordnance neutralisation system, tactical robots, and maintenance and repair services.

The contractual work is expected to be completed next month.

A $96.7m equipment supply contract has been awarded by the US Army Contracting Command to Connectec Company.

Expected to be completed in August 2021, the deal covers mortar weapon components, baseplates and support services.