Government Contract Awards: 6-10 March 2023

Contract for Public Road Transport Services

Date of announcement: 06-Mar-2023
Description The purpose of the concession will consist in the operation of bus lines serving mainly the west of the Roissy Pays de France agglomeration community according to the terms defined by the contract and will include 55 bus lines, the construction of a bus operations centre and management of three other bus operations centres.
Country France
Contracting Entity ile de France Mobilités
Awarded Company Keolis SA
Value of Contract EUR 319 853 339.00


Contract for Logistics, Engineering and Maintenance

Date of announcement: 07-Feb-2023
Description NIOA the largest supplier of non-guided munitions and a prime contractor to the Australian and New Zealand Defence Force and Police has won Logistics, Engineering and Maintenance contract from Department of Defence.
Country Australia
Contracting Entity Department of Defence
Awarded Company Nioa Trading
Value of Contract AUD 157 941 704.00


Contract for Hypersonic Strike Capability

Date of announcement: 08-Mar-2023
Description The U.S. Navy awarded Lockheed Martin a contract worth more than $2 billion, if all options are exercised, to integrate the Conventional Prompt Strike. CPS is a hypersonic boost-glide weapon system that enables long range missile flight at speeds greater than Mach 5 (supersonic speed), with high survivability against enemy defenses.
Country United States
Contracting Entity Department of the Navy
Awarded Company Lockheed Martin Corp.
Value of Contract USD 2 000 000 000.00


Contract for Business Software Package

Date of announcement: 09-Mar-2023
Description Framework Agreement for Pharmacy Robots, Inventory Management Systems, Assets, and Associated Services.
Country United Kingdom
Contracting Entity NHS Commercial Solutions
Awarded Company Multiple companies
Value of Contract GBP 200 000 000.00


Contract for System Licences

Date of announcement: 10-Mar-2023
Description Jacobs has won a potential $3.2 billion contract that continues its work to help NASA manage launch infrastructure and ground systems used to process spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The contract covers vehicle assembly and integration, launch, and recovery operations for NASA's Artemis missions through 2033. Artemis is the space agency's program to establish a human presence on the Moon for the first time since Apollo 17 landed there in 1972.
Country United States
Contracting Entity NASA
Awarded Company Jacobs Technology Inc.
Value of Contract USD 3 200 000 000.00


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