Government Contract Awards: 07-11 November 2022

|In Contracts of the Week|By Nadezhda Aleksieva

Contracts of the Week

Contract for Missile Production & Deployed Systems Support

Date of announcement: 7-Nov-22
Description Lockheed Martin Space will build additional UGM-133A Trident II D5 submarine-launched ballistic nuclear missiles under terms of a over-billion-dollar order. The Trident II D5 is one of the most advanced long-range submarine-launched nuclear missiles in the world and it is the primary U.S. sea-based nuclear ballistic missile. All work will be completed by 30 September 2027.
Country United States
Contracting Entity Department of the Navy
Awarded Company Lockheed Martin Space
Value of Contract USD 1 195 689 899.00


Contract for Electricity

Date of announcement: 8-Nov-22
Description Supply and distribution of electrical energy and related services.
Country France
Contracting Entity RESAH
Awarded Company SAS Alterna
Value of Contract EUR 106 920 000.00


Contract for Patient Administration Database

Date of announcement: 9-Nov-22
Description Supply, implementation and maintenance of an electronic patient records system.

United Kingdom

Contracting Entity Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Awarded Company Cerner UK
Value of Contract GBP 85 000 000.00


Contract for Economic Engagement and Support Services

Date of announcement: 10-Nov-22
Description Vietnam and Australia share an ambition to boost bilateral trade and investment to support both countries’ sustainable economy. The trade and investment between the two countries is with a purpose to promote inclusive economic growth, to raise incomes, creates and supports employment and to make products cheaper for individuals and businesses.
Country Australia
Contracting Entity Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Awarded Company Australian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam
Value of Contract AUD 1 000 000 000.00


Contract for Wastewater Treatment Plant Construction Work

Date of announcement: 11-Nov-22
Description The Kafr El Sheikh Wastewater Expansion programme is a proposed expansion of wastewater treatment facilities, located approximately 125km north of Cairo, Egypt. The programme aims to reduce the pollution of the Mediterranean Sea by 2020 by handling the sources of pollution such as municipal water, urban wastewater and industrial pollution, which account for roughly 80% of the overall pollution. The project is financed from the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Country Egypt
Contracting Entity Kafr El Sheikh Water Supply and Sanitation Company
Awarded Company CONSTEC; WABAG GmbH
Value of Contract EGP 292 639 042.88