$70.8M to Enhance US Army Prophets

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Praise the Lord,and pass the SIGINT General Dynamics C4 Systems Inc. in Scottsdale, AZ received a $70.8 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity with firm-fixed-price contract. This “face” value is based on the expected aggregate value of orders issued over the contract’s 6-year life. The basic contract and first delivery order cover 37 Prophet Enhanced (PE) B-Kits, 19 PE A-Kits, and associated spares. That initial order also provides quality management services, non-recurring engineering and first article testing and refurbishment. Work will be performed in Melbourne, FL (66%), Scottsdale, AZ (14%), San Diego, CA (12%), Huntsville, AL (0.5%), and Fairfax, VA (0.5%), with an estimated completion date of Feb 28/15. Bids were solicited on the Worldwide Web with 3 bids received by the CECOM Acquisition Center in Fort Monmouth, NJ (W15P7T-09-D-W401). Prophet, which is being developed under the Army Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PEO IEW&S), is is a lightweight tactical signals intelligence and electronic warfare system designed to support the US Army division and brigade forces… Prophet will be the Army’s primary tactical ground signal intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) platform, and the HMMWV-mounted Prophet also has a dismounted manpack SIGINT version. It operates in stationary mode and on the move, and […]

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