USAUS Military contracts for FY12

NAVY

Lock­heed Mar­tin, Moorestown, N.J., is being award­ed a $148,500,000 mod­i­fi­ca­tion to pre­vi­ous­ly award­ed con­tract (N00024-09-C-5110) for the pro­duc­tion and inte­gra­tion of an Aegis Weapon Sys­tem in sup­port of DDG 116 and the pur­chase of mate­r­i­al assem­blies to sup­port Aegis Ashore Mis­sile Defense Sys­tem Host Nation 1. Work will be per­formed in Moorestown, N.J. (85 per­cent); Clear­wa­ter, Fla. (14 per­cent); and Akron, Ohio (1 per­cent). Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by Jan­u­ary 2017. Con­tract funds will not expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. The Naval Sea Sys­tems Com­mand, Wash­ing­ton, D.C., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Schnei­der Elec­tric USA, Inc., Pala­tine, Ill., is being award­ed $24,548,433 for firm-fixed-price task order 8L01 under a mul­ti­ple award con­struc­tion con­tract (N62583-08-D-0137) for Advanced Meter­ing Infra­struc­ture (AMI) for Naval Facil­i­ties Engi­neer­ing Com­mand Far East, Japan. The work to be per­formed pro­vides for the design, pur­chase of equip­ment, instal­la­tion of equip­ment and sys­tems, build, doc­u­men­ta­tion, and test­ing of an AMI sys­tem for the elec­tric­i­ty, water, and steam meter­ing. The con­trac­tor shall design and install AMI sys­tems with robust infra­struc­ture, capa­ble of being diag­nosed and cor­rect­ed in the case of com­po­nent and net­work fail­ures fol­low­ing all spec­i­fi­ca­tions out­lined in the per­for­mance work state­ment. The con­trac­tor shall design and install for fore­see­able growth and sup­port­a­bil­i­ty, incor­po­rat­ing ful­ly open stan­dards with indus­try stan­dard pro­to­cols to ensure a robust sus­tain­ment method­ol­o­gy. All gateways/hubs/routers shall be able to trans­mit via indus­try stan­dard pro­to­col for future expan­sion. Con­trac­tor shall work in con­junc­tion and in com­pli­ance with Japan­ese laws and reg­u­la­tions. The task order also con­tains two unex­er­cised options, which, if exer­cised would increase cumu­la­tive task order val­ue to $26,555,619. Work will be per­formed at Camp Shields/White Beach in Oki­nawa, Japan, Sase­bo Japan, Yoko­su­ka Japan, Naval Air Facil­i­ty Atsu­gi Japan, and Navy Sup­port Facil­i­ty, Diego Gar­cia. Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by July 2015. Con­tract funds will expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. One pro­pos­al was received for this task order. The Spe­cial­ty Cen­ter Acqui­si­tions, Port Huen­eme, Calif., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Northrop Grum­man Sys­tems Corp., Beth­page, N.Y., is being award­ed an $18,704,042 mod­i­fi­ca­tion to pre­vi­ous­ly award­ed con­tract (N00024-06-C-6311) to pro­vide engi­neer­ing and pro­duc­tion plan­ning ser­vices for mis­sion pack­ages that will deploy from and inte­grate with the Lit­toral Com­bat Ship. The Navy’s plan is to use con­tin­u­ous eval­u­a­tion of sys­tem matu­ri­ty through a dis­ci­plined sys­tem engi­neer­ing frame­work to improve mis­sion capa­bil­i­ty in iden­ti­fied mis­sion areas. LCS mis­sion pack­ages will be opti­mized for flex­i­bil­i­ty in the lit­torals. Mis­sion pack­age capa­bil­i­ties are cur­rent­ly focused on pri­ma­ry mis­sion areas of mine war­fare empha­siz­ing mine coun­ter­mea­sures, lit­toral anti-sub­ma­rine war­fare, and lit­toral sur­face war­fare oper­a­tions, includ­ing pros­e­cu­tion of small boats. The LCS mis­sion pack­ages are devel­oped and acquired sep­a­rate­ly from the LCS sea frame. Work will be per­formed in Beth­page, N.Y. (45 per­cent); Wash­ing­ton, D.C. (20 per­cent); Pana­ma City, Fla. (20 per­cent); Ven­tu­ra Coun­ty, Calif. (10 per­cent); and Dahlgren, Va. (5 per­cent). Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by Decem­ber 2012. Con­tract funds will not expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. The Naval Sea Sys­tems Com­mand, Wash­ing­ton, D.C., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Source:
U.S. Depart­ment of Defense
Office of the Assis­tant Sec­re­tary of Defense (Pub­lic Affairs)

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