$53.3M for SBIRS-High Program Support
SBIRS-High will form the USA’s future front line of detection and defense against incoming ballistic missile launches. See this DID article for coverage of the SBIRS-High program’s trials, tribulations, and occasional successes.
The Headquarter Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA issued the contract has issued a pair of contracts recently for support of the SBIRS program effort at Colorado Springs, CO. Their total value is $53.3 million.
Lockheed Martin Corp. in Sunnyvale, CA received a $32.5 million cost-plus award-fee contract modification to the existing Space Based Infrared System High component engineering, manufacturing and development contract. This modification exercises the option for continued FY 2006 sustainment of the program’s contractor logistics support effort. That effort provides personnel, supplies, services, et. al. to perform space and ground software maintenance, depot maintenance, training, communications maintenance, specialized processing, and integrated training suite operations.
Work will be performed at Lockheed Martin Technical Operations in Colorado Springs, CO and will be complete by September 2006. (F04701-95-C-0017/P00335).
A second, $20.8 million cost-plus award-fee/ cost-plus fixed-fee contract modification primarily provides Contractor Logistics Support for the Space Based Infrared Systems Program Office. This contract action will also provide additional Contract Logistic Support for the onsite and depot maintenance, security accreditation of operational SBIRS system and security guards, consolidated maintenance control, Operations Integration tasks and Operation Migration Capability base lining tasks, software analysis, and legacy sustainment.
That contract action supports the SBIRS System Support Manager in SMC/ISO located at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, CO. Work will be performed at Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions in Boulder CO(61%) and Northrop Grumman Systems in Boulder CO (25%). Negotiations will be complete by October 2005 (end of FY 05), and work will be complete by June 2010 (F04701-95-C-0017/ P00321).