DLA Taps Rockwell Collins for Repairs and Engineering Services

Rockwell Collins has received a five-year, $40 million Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide repairs, engineering support and depot-level reparable items.

Work under the contract will be done to support the Defense Department and foreign military sales efforts, the DoD said Monday.

The DLA is financing the contract through funds intended for fiscal year 2018 through 2023 defense working capital, depot-level reparable services and FMS.

The company will perform work in Iowa through March 18, 2023.

Georgia-based DLA Aviation issued the contract.

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