Leonardo DRS, Inc. has received a contract from the US Navy to supply critical system hardware and full life-cycle support for AEGIS and Ship Self Defense System Combat Management Systems (CMS). The cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contract was awarded in December 2020, and is worth up to US$211.5M.
Under the contract, Leonardo DRS will provide sustainment of TI-16 Combat Systems Processing, Network, Storage and Display Hardware fielded across the surface ship fleet. Included in the contract is the sustainment, manufacture, assembly, and testing of TI-16 hardware, spares; engineering services, procurement, and installation of ordinance alteration kits and related products.
Leonardo DRS is the prime contractor for the Surface Navy producing Consoles, Displays and Peripherals (CDP) and the Common Processing System (CPS) TI-16 for the Navy’s surface combatants.
Work will be done at the Leonardo DRS Laurel Technologies facilities in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and Chesapeake, Virginia.
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