Pentagon Awards $2.375 Billion in Defense Contracts Tuesday
The Department of Defense awarded 11 separate defense contracts Tuesday, worth a total of $2.375 billion. Among the publicly traded companies winning contracts:
- Steris won a fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth up to $27.4 million to supply items from its "commercial electronic catalog" to the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and federal civilian agencies through Feb. 18, 2019.
- GenCorp subsidiary Aerojet Rocketdyne won a $12.6 million sole-source, firm-fixed-price foreign military sales contract to supply 114 Hawk rocket motors to the Jordanian military forces, and a further 186 motors to Egypt. Delivery is due Oct. 1, 2015.
- Lockheed Martin was awarded a $12.2 million contract modification to provide unique spare parts for use aboard U.S. Air Force HC-130J Combat King II search-and-rescue aircraft and MC-130J Commando II special operations aircraft. Delivery of these parts is due Feb. 16, 2016.
- Willbros Group won a firm-fixed-price contract worth up to $9.4 million to perform "contractor-owned/contractor-operated" fuel management services for the U.S. Army and federal civilian agencies in Oklahoma and Louisiana. This five-year contract will run through at least March 31, 2019, but at the Pentagon's option may be extended as many as three times, in additional five-year increments.
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