Raytheon has won $38.9 million in contracts to provide support and munitions to the Department of Defense, according to an article published on Saturday.
The contracts include a $7.5 million firm-fixed-price modification to Raytheon’s previous deal on integrated defense systems unit and a $31.4 million order for guided bomb units, Rich Smith writes.
The company will wind up works on the defense systems support in October 2014, as well as deliver the weapons by Dec. 31, 2018.
The modification covers production of the network switching cabinets for the USS Abraham Lincoln, USS Gunston Hall, USS Carter Hall, USS Pearl Harbor, U.S. Navy’s integrated combat system testing facility, Wallops Island Land Based Test Site and the Raytheon Software Integration Lab.
The munitions include the GPS-ready 396 GBU-49 and 96 GBU-50 Advanced Paveway II, 20 inert GBU-49 training rounds and 20 more inert GBU-50 training rounds.
The contract is part of the $3.6 billion project by the Defense Department.