By The Hill Staff - 11/17/11 11:46 PM EST
• Raytheon Missile Systems on Nov. 15 won a $241.1 million modification from the Missile Defense Agency that increased the total contract value to $575.6 million. Raytheon will “continue to perform engineering services and material for system engineering design and development support, an initial hardware fabrication for the Standard Missile-3 Block IIA missile” under the contract addition. The modification’s performance period lasts through the end of March 2012. Work will be completed in Tucson, Ariz.
• The Navy on Nov. 14 awarded Lockheed Martin Gyrocam Systems and FLIR Systems contracts worth a combined $513.7 million. The contracts require the companies to supply “a maximum quantity of 951 Vehicle Optic Sensor Systems, including spare parts, maintenance/sustainment, training and provisional technical data in Afghanistan and the continental United States.” The “commercial, firm-fixed-priced, indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity, multiple award” contracts end in November 2015. The first delivery orders should be completed “within 30 days of the award.”
• The Homeland Security Department has awarded Primus Solutions a contract worth $85 million, the company announced in a press release Nov. 3. The contract will “provide facility operations and maintenances support services to the [department] at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center near Long Island, N.Y.”
Primus has the contract for at least one year, plus four yearlong option periods. Some of the services the company will provide include “fire and emergency medical operations, grounds and facilities management [and] operation of multiple vessels that ferry all deliveries to and from Plum Island.”
Contract information compiled from defense.gov, USASpending.gov and outside press releases. Send statements about government contracts to email@example.com.