InDyne in Reston, VA received a $168.1 million contract modification to operate and maintain the Eglin Test and Training Complex Range at the Air Armament Center, Eglin Air Force Base, FL.
InDyne will provide operation and maintenance of test and training areas and technical facilities, including test and training mission support, engineering support for range system design/modification/range configuration, and range support service to accomplish authorized range activities. The Air Armament Center maintains the contract (FA9200-05-C-0001).
Tektronix in Beaverton, OR won a $10.8 million firm-fixed-price requirements contract for manufacture of 5,000 oscilloscopes to support the US Navy’s general purpose electronic test equipment (GPETE) weapons system. The GPETE program supports the procurement of test equipment for performing corrective and preventative maintenance to ensure optimum fire control, navigation and communications systems operation.
Tektronix will manufacture the TDS3012C-NV 100 Mhz oscilloscopes at its facility in Beaverton and expects to complete the order by August 2014. This contract was competitively procured, with 11 proposals solicited and 3 offers received by the Naval Inventory Control Point (N00104-09-D-D014).
The Tektronix TDS3012C-NV 100 Mhz oscilloscope is a graph-displaying device…
CDW Government (CDW-G) in Vernon Hills, IL won a $9.9 million firm-fixed-price delivery order under a previously awarded contract (W91QUZ-06-D-0003) for 10,404 general purpose laptops for the operational forces refresh program, which updates aging US military technology. The order includes logistics support requirements. The laptops have a 2-year extended warranty for a total of 5 years.
Delivery of equipment is scheduled to be completed by Sept 27/09, 30 days after receipt of order. A competition was conducted for this delivery order among 8 contractors via a posting to the US Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions, Army Desktop and Mobile Computing (ADMC-2) contract holders, and 6 proposals were received. The Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, VA manages the contract.
The ADMC-2 contract is the Army’s primary source for commercial off-the-shelf desktops, notebooks, ruggedized and semi-ruggedized devices, printers, and peripherals. Contractors eligible to compete under the ADMC-2 contract include: