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General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp., Groton, Connecticut, is receiving a $ 482,115,887 change plus a fixed fee for previously awarded contract N00024-20-C-2120 for shipyard managerial support and development studies and engineering related efforts Virginia class submarines. The work will be carried out in Groton, Connecticut (96%); Newport News, Virginia (3%); and Newport and Quonset, Rhode Island (1%) and is expected to be completed by October 2022. Shipbuilding and Conversion Funds (Navy) of USD 53,151,801 (51%) will be allocated for the 2020 financial year; Shipbuilding and Remodeling (Navy) funding for fiscal 2021 of $ 28,616,832, or 27%; Shipbuilding and Conversion (Navy) funding for fiscal 2016 of $ 9,094,582, or 9%; Shipbuilding and Conversion (Navy) funding for fiscal 2019 of $ 6,390,454, or 6%; Fiscal year 2018 shipbuilding and remodeling funds (Navy) of $ 4,724,999, or 4%; and Fiscal Year 2021 research, development, testing, and evaluation funds of $ 3,165,077, or 3%, are committed at the time of grant, of which $ 3,165,077 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year . This contract was not awarded in a competition. The legal authority for this single source award is in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.302-1 (a) (2) (iii) – only one responsible source and no other supplies or services meet the agency’s requirements. The client is the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, DC.
SyQwest Inc., * Cranston, Rhode Island, has received an indefinite delivery / unlimited quantity contract for $ 13,854,578 with fixed price terms. This contract concerns the manufacture of TR-341A converters. The work is being carried out in Cranston, Rhode Island and is expected to be completed by June 2027. For the 2021 fiscal year, other Navy procurement funds of $ 572,244 are required at the time the first delivery order is placed and will not expire. at the end of the current financial year. This contract was competitively procured as part of a full and open competition via the beta.sam.gov website with an offer received. The client is the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, Newport, Rhode Island (N66604-22-D-A200).
ACR Technical Services, Newport News, Virginia (N3220522D0001); Standard Calibrations Inc., Chesapeake, Virginia (N3220522D0002); and Weedon Engineering, Jacksonville, Fla. (N3220522D0003) are awarded a $ 7,734,053 split-ceiling, multi-order, perpetual / unlimited supply contract. This award meets the Military Sealift Command’s requirements for services to facilitate worldwide assistance with the calibration, repair, and / or replacement of pressure gauges, gauges, thermometers, and test equipment used to monitor engine performance for Military Sealift Command ships. This contract has five one-year subscription periods that would increase the cumulative value of the contract cap to $ 7,734,053. The work will be carried out worldwide and should be completed by October 31, 2026. Working Capital Fund (Navy) of $ 3,500 for the minimum guarantee for each offering and will be committed at the time of award. Orders can be placed during the five-year order period. At this point, the funds for the 2022 financial year, in which the first orders are placed, will be used. This contract was a set-aside request for small businesses and was obtained through the beta.sam.gov website and only three offers were received on time. The Navy’s Military Sealift Command, Norfolk, Virginia, is awarding the contract.
L3 Technologies Inc., Muskegon, Minnesota, received a $ 28,128,610 modification (P00009) to order W56HZV-20-C-0124 for hydromechanical powered transmissions and associated hardware. The work is being carried out in Muskegon, Minnesota with an estimated completion date of October 7, 2022. Weapons and combat vehicles were procured for the 2020 financial year, and army funds of USD 28,128,610 were committed at the time of the award. The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Detroit Arsenal, Michigan, is contracting.
SRC Inc., North Syracuse, New York, has received a contract for $ 14,486,066 plus a fixed fee for Multi-Domain Agile Condor Enhancements (MDACE) software prototype / hardware. This contract provides for the research and development of broadly applicable technologies that improve perception, adaptability, reconfigurability, resilience, self-optimization, security and autonomy for energy-efficient agile Air Force platforms. The work will be carried out in North Syracuse, New York. The work is expected to be completed on October 8, 2024. This award is the result of a competitive acquisition that received two offers. For the 2021 fiscal year, research, development, test, and evaluation funds are committed in the amount of $ 2,030,471 at the time of award. The client is the Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome, New York (FA8750-22-C-0519).
CORRECTION: The September 30, 2021 contract announcement to Glasshouse Systems Inc., Lisle, Illinois (FA8730-21-C-0063), dated October 1, 2021, should state that the contract was for $ 15,932,510 upgrades on the Egyptian Air Force’s Integrated Logistics System (ILS) and that funds of $ 6,916,373, not $ 6,782,433, were committed at the time of award.
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