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General Dynamics NASSCO received an order for six oilers — auxiliary ships that rendezvous with U.S. Navy combat ships at sea and refuel them — that could be worth in excess of $3.1 billion.
Blue Tech Inc., a small business based in San Diego, is among 21 companies nationwide that received indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts from the U.S. Navy to supply electronic equipment.
Some $1.1 million of a U.S. Navy contract supporting “shock trials” for a new littoral combat ship will be spent in San Diego.
They call them JTACs, short for joint terminal attack controllers, and they have an unnerving job.
Small-business owners looking for insight into how to work with the government may glean some information at the Gold Coast conference in August.
The U.S. Navy awarded Multi-Media Environmental Compliance Group — a joint venture based in National City — a contract for architect-engineering services that could be worth up to $95 million over five years.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said it received a $9.4 million contract to provide helicopter maintenance training systems to an undisclosed customer, identified only as a major U.S. ally.
The U.S. Air Force awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $203.6 million contract modification covering logistic services and sustainment for its high-altitude Global Hawk aircraft.
The Boeing Co. will perform $1.36 million of aircraft logistics work in San Diego under a recently received U.S. Navy task order.
Manson Construction Co. of Seattle received an $834,000 modification to a U.S. Navy contract for dredging and pier replacement at Naval Base San Diego, informally known as the 32nd St. naval station. The deal augments a $9.6 million contract modification from Feb. 10. The Pentagon announced both deals on June 13.
Indus Technology Inc. said recently that it won a U.S. Navy task order with a potential value of $43.5 million over five years, if the Navy exercises all of its options.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. said it has integrated a sophisticated sensor into its Predator C Avenger, a jet-powered aircraft in its Predator line.
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a $24.8 million contract modification, covering an additional six months of logistics support for the Army’s Warrior A and Gray Eagle Block 0 unmanned aircraft systems. Warrior and Gray Eagle are versions of the Poway builder’s original aircraft, called the Predator.
Cobham PLC said in early June that it won $18 million in subcontracts to support an airborne electronic warfare program.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said on June 13 that it received multiple product orders worth approximately $10 million.