Raytheon has won a potential five-year, $49.9M contract to sustain above-deck components as part of the U.S. Navy’s Radar Restoration Program.
The Department of Defense said Tuesday the company will perform overhaul, coating, shipboard installation, removal and incidental technical work on AN/SPS-48, AN/SPS-49, AN/SPS-67(V)1, AN/SPS-40, AN/SPS-73, AN/SPS-67(V)3/5, AN/SPQ-9B, AN/SPS-55, AN/SPS-75 and AN/SPS-77 radars for the Navy and Taiwan under a foreign military sales agreement.
These shipboard systems are built to detect and engage incoming aircraft and missile threats.
The initial obligated amount of $708,409 is from the Navy’s fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance and FMS funds.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Crane Division received three offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via a competitive procurement on FedBizOpps.