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Up to $1.95 Bn for Avionics and Air Traffic Systems

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The Headquarters Electronic Systems Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, MA has selected approved suppliers for a wide range of avionics and air traffic control equipment, in a contract whose delivery orders could reach up to $1.955 billion but may be less. Solicitation began in May 2005, negotiations were completed in January 2006, and work will be complete February 2009. This multiple award, indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity contract provides for a whole host of systems, including: * Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System * Mode S/Mode 4/5 Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Transponders * Terrain Awareness Warning Systems * Communication Management Units * INMARSAT SATCOM Terminals * Multi-mode Receivers * Multi-function Displays * Multi-function Cockpit Display Units * Narrow and Full Format Cockpit Printers * Airborne/Portable Data Loaders * Flight Data Recorders * Cockpit Voice Recorders * Emergency Locator Transmitters * Electronics Flight Bags * Weather Radar * Flight Management Computer/Systems * Digital Air Data Computer * Digital Altimeters * Air Traffic Control VHF Radios * VHF Data Radios * Instrument Landing System Receivers with FM Immunity * Embedded GPS/INS * Inertial Navigation System Equipment * Automatic Pilot/Flight Director Equipment * Related Test Equipment, and * Associated annual service agreements, […]

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