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Program Insider: Contracts

By Staff Writer | July 1, 2009
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Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office received a $7.3 million delivery order for one-time engineering services to retrofit seven CV-22s. The order will bring the seven aircraft to a Block B/10 configuration. The firm will also provide the associated retrofit kits for three CV-22s.

General Dynamics was awarded a $18.6-million contract for the procurement of 70 full rate production Internally Transportable Vehicles. The ITVs will provide a deployed U.S. Marine air-ground task force with a ground vehicle that is internally transportable in the MV-22 and CH-53, as well as the U.S. Army’s MH-47s and U.S. Air Force’s CV-22 s.

General Electric Engine Services was awarded an $11.4-million contract to overhaul up to 97 T700 GE-401/401C turbo shaft engines, cold section modules and power turbine modules for the SH-60.


Evergreen Helicopters, Inc., was awarded a $7.6-million contract for ship-based and/or shore-based vertical replenishment services in support of Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command. This contract includes options, which if exercised, would bring the cumulative value of this contract to $74 million.

Organizational Strategies, Inc. was awarded a $10-million contract to provide services and materials required to deliver the training continuum integration portion of the H-53 and V-22 integrated training systems. Successful completion will reduce program and operational risk, as well as produce an increase in safety, crew performance and operational capabilities for both the H-53 and V-22 programs.

EFW, Inc., was awarded a $15-million contract for the procurement and installation of 90 Tactical Video Data Links, 10 spares, and associated non-recurring engineering and technical data for the U.S. Marine Corp AH-1Ws.

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