Deals this week: Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Alliant Techsystems Operations
Lockheed Martin Inc. has agreed to supply flight line spare components to the US Air Force, under a $750m-worth contract.
Awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, the contract has a base period of two years and a three-year extension option.
The Boeing Company has received a contract modification worth $46.39m from the US Air Force to provide interim support for the Royal Saudi Air Force’s F-15SA multi-role fighter aircraft.
The support services will be provided at King Khalid Air Base in Saudi Arabia, under foreign military sales programme.
Alliant Techsystems Operations LLC has won a $67m-worth five-year contract from the US Robins Air Logistics Center to supply SR-116 rocket motors for the AIM-9P rocket.
The Alliant Techsystems rocket motors to be supplied under the contract will be delivered to the governments of Bahrain, Taiwan and Egypt, under foreign military sales programme.
The US Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded a contract modification to Technology Service Corporation to support rapid reaction technologies and systems/support jammer cueing effort of small business innovation research (SBIR) III programme.
Scheduled to be completed in November, the contract requires Technology Service to further develop technologies established under the SBIR phase I and II contracts.
Harris Corporation has secured a contract modification worth $27.97m for work on the systems engineering and sustainment integrator (SENSOR) programme of the US Air Force by April 2018.
Harris will provide support services for the sustainment of ballistic missile early warning system (BMEWS) and PAVE PAWS (phased array warning system), under the contract.