The Army has awarded General Dynamics [GD] Land System two contracts totaling $2.7 billion for Stryker support work, including retrofitting vehicles and providing logistics services, the Pentagon said Thursday.
Both deals are five-year contracts worth $1.35 billion, with the first covering damage repair and refurbishment services and the second for performance-based logistics.
GD, which builds the Stryker fighting vehicles, was the only company to submit a bid for the work.
The estimated completion date for each deal is February 2024.
On Monday, the Army said it is considering potential Medium Caliber Weapon Systems for the Double V Hull-configuration Strykers (Defense Daily, Feb. 25).