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What Are The Top BAE Systems Government Contracts?

What Are The Top BAE Systems Government Contracts?

BAE Systems Inc. is the United States subsidiary of BAE Systems plc based in London, United Kingdom. The company offers the most advanced technologies and solutions in defense, aerospace, and security for the United States government. Find out the top BAE systems government contracts right here.

1. BAE Systems Awarded for ISC 2.0 as the Lead Systems Instigator and Professional Services Provider

BAE Systems | Integration Support Contact 2.0 as the Lead Systems Instigator

  • Contracting activity: Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-award-fee contract
  • Value: $12 billion
  • Contract date: June 24, 2022

The Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center awards BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services to continue the Integration Support Contract (ISC) 2.0. Work commences at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, with an expected completion date of December 24, 2040. The initial $534 million contract was awarded to BAE Systems in July 2013.

Under the contract, the company serves as the lead systems instigator and service provider for Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) program. It offers development and analysis of systems engineering services to 450 Minuteman III missiles, next-generation ground-based strategic deterrent missiles, and any future ICBM equipment.

2. BAE Systems Awarded By ACC to Continue Operations in Radford Army Ammunition Plant, Virginia

BAE Systems | Operations in Radford Army Ammunition Plant, Virginia

  • Contracting activity: U.S. Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Modification to an existing contract
  • Value: $1.29 billion
  • Contract date: July 15, 2022

The Army Contracting Command awards BAE Systems to continue the Radford Army Ammunition Plant operations in Virginia. The facility ships the supplies of MK 90 propellant grains and manages the returns of empty grain cages. Work commences in Radford, Virginia, with an estimated completion on July 17, 2022.

The MK 90 propellant grains are propulsion components of the Hydra 70 family of rockets fired from the AH-64A Apache and AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter warfighters. The U.S. military and several countries use MK 90’s range of components to support their overseas operations.

3. USACE Signed the Deal for Defense Supercomputing Resource Center System and Management Service Support

BAE Systems and Technology Solutions & Services | Defense Supercomputing Resource Center and High-Performance Computer Users

  • Contracting activity: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-fixed-fee contract
  • Value: $698.97 million
  • Contract date: June 16, 2022

BAE Systems and Technology Solutions & Services secure a $698.97 billion contract to ensure operations, maintenance, and management of the Defense Supercomputing Resource Center. The project’s scope includes supporting the agency’s team of scientists, engineers, and other high-performance computer users. Performance location and funding vary per order, with an estimated completion date of June 15, 2027.

As the contracting activity, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the contractor to support the High-Performance Computing Modernization Program of the Department of Defense. The program provides the agency with supercomputing capabilities, computational science expertise, and high-speed network communications.

4. NAVSEA Finalized the Contract for Modernization of Non-Nuclear Navy Surface Combatant-Class Ships

BAE Systems Norflok Ship Repair | Modernization of Non-Nuclear Navy Surface Combatant-Class Ship

  • Contracting activity: Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract
  • Value: $639.80 million
  • Contract date: January 6, 2022

BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair is one of the six contractors to secure a $639.80 million contract for the repair, maintenance, and modernization of non-nuclear surface combatant-class ships (CG and DDG) visiting or homeported in Virginia. The Chief of Naval Operations heads the efforts for scheduled docking, non-docking, and maintenance of CG and DDG.

The contracts have a five-year estimated ordering period and are expected to end in January 2027. Delivery orders occur in Norfolk, Virginia, with initial funding of $60,000 from fiscal 2022 operation and maintenance funds from the Navy. The Naval Sea Systems Command serves as the contracting activity for the project.

5 . BAE Systems Awarded the Contract for the Modernization of Non-Nuclear Navy Amphibious-Class Ships

BAE Systems Norflok Ship Repair | Modernization of Non-Nuclear Navy Amphibious-Class Ships

  • Contracting activity: Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract
  • Value: $337.61 million
  • Contract date: January 6, 2022

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair and five other companies for the modernization, repair, and maintenance of non-nuclear amphibious-class ships (LHA, LHD, LPD, and LSD) visiting or homeported in Norfolk, Virginia. Similarly, the efforts are headed by the Chief of Naval Operations, overseeing scheduled docking, non-docking, and maintenance.

Performance for the awards is in the port of Norfolk, Virginia, where the Mid-Atlantic Maintenance Center manages the contract. No funding is obligated at the time of the award. The multiple contract awards are procured through full and open competition among six offers received.

6. ACC Secured a Modification to Contract for the Production and Delivery of SPH Vehicles

BAE Systems | Production and Delivery of SPH and CAT Vehicles (Copyright 2022 BAE Systems)

  • Contracting activity: U.S. Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Modification to the previously awarded contract
  • Value: $298.73 million
  • Contract date: June 30, 2022

BAE Systems awarded a modification to the contract for the delivery and production of M109A7 and M992A3 vehicles. The contract performance occurs in York, Pennsylvania, with an estimated completion date of December 31, 2024. The total contract value of $298.73 million is obligated at the time of the award.

M109A7 is the military’s latest self-propelled howitzer (SPH), which replaces the chassis with modern components to better align with existing armored brigade combat teams. On the other hand, M992A3 is a field artillery ammunition supply vehicle built with the chassis of M109.

7. ACC Contracted to Produce and Deliver Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle

BAE Systems Land & Armaments | Develop and Deliver Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle (Copyright 2022 BAE Systems)

  • Contracting activity: U.S. Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price contract
  • Value: $278.18 million
  • Contract date: August 22, 2022

With its Beowulf design, BAE Systems Land & Armaments wins the contract for providing the logistics support and production of Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicles (CATV). Work locations and funding are determined with each order, with an estimated completion of August 19, 2029. The U.S. Army Contracting Command serves as the contracting activity for the award.

BAE System’s CATV design has replaced the small unit support vehicles, which have been in official service since the early 1980s. CATV is a highly-versatile vehicle designed to transport personnel and payloads in cold weather and rough terrain.

8. BAE Systems Awarded for Growth of NAWCAD’s Webster Out Lying Field Services Portfolio

BAE Systems | NAWCAD's Webster Out Lying Field Services Portfolio Growth & Management

  • Contracting activity: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost reimbursable, firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
  • Value: $249.72 million
  • Contract date: August 22, 2022

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services and 63 other contractors secure a $249.72 million contract for growth management and evaluation across the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division portfolio at Webster Out Lying Field portfolio. Work occurs in Maryland and contractor locations across the U.S., with expected completion by March 2027.

The portfolio is managed through strategic sourcing vehicles across six functional areas: combat integration and identification systems, ship and air integrated warfare systems, special communications mission solutions, air traffic control, and landing systems, airborne systems integration, and integrated command and control and intelligence.

9. NIWC Pacific Contracted for Professional Services in Cyberspace Operations, Programs, and Projects

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services | Professional Services for Cyberspace Operations, Programs, and Projects

  • Contracting activity: Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract
  • Value: $231.17 million
  • Contract date: May 7, 2022

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services is one of the nine companies to provide professional, technical, and management support to NIWC Pacific’s cyberspace operations, product lines, programs, and projects. Work commences in San Diego, California, with an expected completion date of May 6, 2024.

NIWC Pacific exercised only the first option for the contract. If all options are exercised, the maximum cumulative value of the contract totals $802.05 million, with an estimated completion date of May 6, 2026. Contracts are procured and solicited through the Federal Business Opportunities website, with 18 offers received.

10. MCSC Follows On the Contract for the Delivery of Amphibious Combat Vehicles

BAE Systems | Delivery of Amphibious Combat Vehicles

  • Contracting activity: Marine Corps Systems Command
  • Contract type: Modification to an existing contract
  • Value: $173.59 million
  • Contract date: March 25, 2022

BAE Systems Land & Armaments won an award for the additional delivery of Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV). The scope of the contract included the procurement of 36 ACVs, bringing the total award value to $1.7 billion. Work occurs in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, California, Michigan, and Virginia, with an expected completion date of March 2024.

ACV is a next-generation vehicle designed to maintain the adaptability of Marines’ amphibious capabilities from ship to shore. It replaces the Amphibious Assault Vehicle, which has been in service since 1972.

About BAE Systems

BAE Systems Inc. is an international defense, aerospace, security, and space company. Established in 1999, the company has delivered quality products and services to governments and private customers. In 2021, the company generated a revenue of nearly $12.5 billion.

Tom Arseneault serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of BAE Systems Inc., while Pete Trainer serves as the Vice President and General Manager. The company’s U.S. headquarters is located in Falls Church, Virginia, with over 34,000 employees across major operations worldwide.

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