Lockheed notched a strong week’s work winning a deal to develop a new logistics system for Marines, a radar contract from NGC Aerospace and two deals with foreign governments: one with Tunisia to provide Super Hercules Airlifters and one to provide F-16s to Egypt.
Boeing captured a deal to provide laser weapons to the Navy, while InfoPro inked a deal with DHS to support border protection. MAXIMUS got good news from down under, winning a pair of service employment contracts from Australia. Harris won a communications follow-on from the Navy and Raytheon’s SLAMRAAM picked up $18 million in funding.
Also, Thales scored a valuable Communications deal from the French army, while BAE and General Dynamics snagged military vehicle support deals.