Deals this week: Boeing, Technica, Raytheon


The Boeing Company has secured a $478.79m-worth prime contract award from the US Air Force for the F-15 Eagle passive / active warning and survivability system (EPAWSS) programme.

Under the contract, Boeing will perform engineering manufacturing and development work on the F-15 EPAWSS through August 2020.

Technica Corporation has won a NETCENTS-2 Network Operations Small Business task order to manage communications networks and provide information technology services for the US Air Force’s 844th Communications Group and National Military Command Center.

"With a total value of $224m, the contract has a base period of one year worth $41m with four-year extension options."

With a total value of $224m, the contract has a base period of one year worth $41m with four-year extension options.

The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded a contract modification worth $17.58m to Raytheon Missile Systems Division for logistics support services.

Raytheon will provide depot-level repairs and sustainment services for the high-speed anti-radiation missile targeting system (HTS), under the one-year contract.

MacAulay-Brown, Inc. has entered a partnership with Miracle Systems, LLC to support mission operations of the US Air Force Global Strike Command.

The collaboration is aimed at providing technical communications expertise to support the US National Leadership Command Capabilities (NLCC) and Nuclear Command, Control and Communications (NC3).

Héroux-Devtek Inc. has received a contract worth $11m from BAE Systems to manufacture landing gear components for the Hawk advanced jet trainer fleet of an export customer.

The new landing gear shipsets to be supplied under the contract beginning 2018 will allow the operator to extend the aircraft’s lifespan.