FY 2006 E-2C/ C-2 Acquisition Program Support Contracts Issued

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E-2C Hawkeye(click to view full) The Naval Air Systems Command Aircraft Division in Patuxent River, MD awarded a pair of contracts for planning, programming, and financial support. The scope is to accomplish all aspects of program life cycle management necessary, in order to meet the acquisition responsibilities of its carrier-capable E-2C Hawkeye AWACS/ C-2 Greyhound cargo aircraft. These modifications exercise an option under previously awarded indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract, and combine purchases for the United States Navy and the governments of France, Taiwan, Egypt, Japan, and Singapore under the Foreign Military Sales Program. Additional FMS purchases may include the governments of the United Arab Emirates, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Thailand and Oman. C-2A Greyhound(click to enlarge) This effort entails technical management, business and financial management, and technical and analytical support, including technical writing and editing necessary to meet the acquisition responsibilities of the E-2C/C-2 Program, including foreign military sales. Work covered by this contract includes a number of technical subject matter areas: airborne early warning; carrier on-board delivery; airborne intercept control; command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I); weapons systems control; navigation; digital data link communication processing; threat evaluation support computations using electronic support measures (ESM) data; display (including Airborne Tactical Display System […]

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