General Dynamics has received a $9.1 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to produce five Common Aviation Command and Control System.
The company will provide limited deployment units of the aviation command-and-control system, with work performed in Arizona, Maryland, Alabama and California through September 2017, the Defense Department said Monday.
The award exercises a contract option that raises the number of produced CAC2S LDUs to nine and uses the U.S. Marine Corps“™ fiscal 2016 procurement funds.
The Marine Corps Systems Command solicited and received four proposals for the contract modification via a limited-source competitive procurement process.
General Dynamics designed CAC2S to help Marine Corps operators share mission voice, video, sensor and other command-and-control data.