Deals this week: BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Engility


BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc has received a contract worth $64.48m to design, develop and manufacture the Bomber Armament Tester (BAT) System for the US Air Force (USAF) bomber fleet.

The contractor will develop 90 BAT systems for use by the weapons systems on-board the USAF bomber fleet, including B-2A, B1-B, and B-52H.

Awarded by the US Automatic Test Systems, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, US, the contract is scheduled to run through February 2027.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has been awarded a contract modification worth $13.39m to produce 28 next-generation polyalphaolefin carts and technical manual sustainment for the USAF.

The contract, which has been awarded by the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, US, will run until December 2018.

The contract-related work will be performed at Lockheed Martin’s Fort Worth facility in Texas, US.

"Engility will also assist the US Government in assessing high-end next-generation weapon system concepts through 2022."

Engility Corporation has been awarded a $49m-worth contract by the USAF to provide advanced research and development (R&D) services.

The R&D services will support the US Air Force Research Laboratory in Kinetic Kill Hardware-in-the-Loop (KHILS) Simulation Technology for Advanced Research (KSTAR) programme.

Engility will also assist the US Government in assessing high-end next-generation weapon system concepts through 2022.

Jacobs Technology Inc has won a contract worth $480m to provide testing, evaluation and certification support services to the Defense Information Systems Agency.

The deal has been awarded by the US Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization, Scott Air Force Base, St Louis, US.

It has a two-year base period, one six-month option period, and three one-year option periods.