BAE Awarded $79M Contract for USS Shoup FY19 Depot Modernization

BAE Systems has received a two-year, $78.8M contract from the U.S. Navy to support the maintenance, modernization and repair of the service’s USS Shoup, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer.

The San Diego, Calif.-based company will provide facilities and human resources required for the ship’s fiscal year 2019 Depot Modernization Period Availability, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The Navy received two offers for the contract through a full and open competition posted on FedBizOpps.

With all options exercised, the firm-fixed-price contract has a cumulative value of $87.6M.

The Navy obligated $59.8M in fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance funding and $19M in other procurement funding at time of award.

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