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ASTM Commitree F-25

Honors Adm. Gracey

Just prior to his retirement as commandant of the U.S. Coast

Guard, Adm. James S. Gracey,

USCG, (left) was presented an award from ASTM Committee F-25 on Shipbuilding for his outstanding support in the Society's effort to develop nongovernment specifica- tions and standards for marine sys- tems and equipment. Presenting the award was Daniel Marangiello (right), chairman of Committee F- 25. Mr. Marangiello is also execu- tive director of the Marine Machin- ery Association.

Major Navy Contracts (continued)

Gould Incorporated, Glen Burnie, Md., is being awarded a $3,394,117 firm-fixed- price contract for oceanographic equip- ment. Work will be performed in Glen Bur- nie. and is expected to be completed in

October 1988. Two bids were solicited and two offers were received. The Space and

Naval Warfare Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00039-86-C-0088).

Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Ma- chinery Technology Division, Pittsburgh,

Pa., is being awarded a $35,750,503 cost- plus-fixed-fee contract for ship machinery systems engineering and integration effort for the Navy. Work will be performed in

Pittsburgh, and is expected to be completed

June 30, 1992. Thirty-six bids were solicited and two offers were received. The Naval Sea

Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-86-C- 4030).

Sofec Incorporated, Houston, Texas, is being awarded a $10,438,301 firm-fixed- price contract for an offshore petroleum discharge system with options for additional systems. Work will be performed in Hous- ton, and is expected to be completed in 1990 if all options are exercised. Ninety-sev- en bids were solicited and seven offers were received. The Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-86-C-2212).

October 1

General Electric Company, Electronics

Park, Syracuse, N.Y., is being awarded a $39,459,963 firm-fixed-price contract for materials and services for the SQS-53B so- nar system. Work will be performed in Syra- cuse, and is expected to be completed in

May 1995. The Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-86-C-6063).

Tracor Applied Sciences Incorporated,

Rockville Laboratory, Rockville, Md., is be- ing awarded a $9,712,526 cost-plus-fixed- fee contract for support services for sub- marine programs. Work will be performed in

Arlington, Va., and is expected to be com- pleted September 30, 1989. Seventy-nine bids were solicited and three offers were received. The Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-86-C-6288).

AT&T Technologies, Greensboro, N.C., is being awarded a $27,105,731 modification to a previously awarded fixed-price-incen- tive and firm-fixed-price contract for ocean- ographic equipment. Work will be per- formed in Burlington, N.C., and is expected to be completed January 30, 1991. The

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00039-85-C-0082).

October 3

Hughes Aircraft Company, Ground Sys- tems Group, Fullerton, Calif., is being awarded a $116,987,583 modification to a previously awarded fixed-price-incentive contract for AN/UYQ-21 Naval Tactical Dis- play Systems (NTDS) for CG-47, DDG-51,

CV/CVN and LHD-1 class ships. Work will be performed in Fullerton, and is expected to be completed in November 1988. This con- tract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy (99.96 percent) and Spain (.004 percent) under the Foreign Military Sales program.

The Naval Sea Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-84-7004).

Raytheon Company, Equipment Division,

Wayland, Mass., is being awarded a $16,999,928 modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract for the

FY-86 Sea Sparrow requirements for the

U.S., Germany, and Norway. Work will be performed in Walthan (56.4 percent) and

Wayland, Mass. (15.9 percent), Denmark (10.7 percent), Belgium (8.2 percent), Ne- therlands (4.9 percent) and Norway (3.9 percent), and is expected to be completed in September 1989. This contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy (57.6 percent),

Germany (29.5 percent), and Norway (12.9 percent), under the NATO Sea Sparrow pro- gram. The Naval Sea Systems Command,

Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-5215).

Southwest Marine Incorporated, San Die- go, Calif., is being awarded a $5,674,613 modification to a previously awarded firm- fixed-price contract for the Selected Re- stricted Availability (SRA) of USS Brooke (FFG-1). Work will be performed in San Die- go, and is expected to be completed Janu- ary 30, 1987. Ten bids were solicited and two offers were received. The Supervisor of

Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San

Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H-8221).

National Steel and Shipbuilding Compa- ny, San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $3,647,304 modification to a previously awarded contract for the Selected Restrict- ed Availability (SRA) of USS Lynde McCor- mick (DDG-8). Work will be performed in

San Diego, and is expected to be completed

January 23, 1987. Ten bids were solicited and two offers were received. The Supervi- sor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair,

San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H-8192).

Rockwell International, Autonetics Ma- rine Systems Division, Anaheim, Calif., is being awarded a $13,539,000 modification definitizing a previously awarded fixed- price-incentive contract for the AN/USQ-82 (V) data multiplex for Arleigh Burke (DDG- 51). Work will be performed in Anaheim (70 percent) and El Paso, Texas (30 percent), and is expected to be completed in Novem- ber 1987. The Naval Sea Systems Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-C-7130).

Bender Shipbuilding, Mobile, Ala., is be- ing awarded a $6,646,458 firm-fixed-price contract for the overhaul of USNS Red- stone, a U.S. Navy missile range instrumen- tation ship. Work will be performed in Mo- bile, and is expected to be completed April 6, 1987. This contract includes an option in the amount of $420,733 for additional ma- terials and an option in the amouht of $480,000 for 20,000 additional manhours.

Forty bids were solicited and seven offers were received. The Military Sealift Com- mand, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00033-85-H-0392).

October 6

Raytheon Company, Equipment Division,

Wayland, Mass., is being awarded a $8,861,411 long leadtime modification to a firm-fixed-price contract for 18 Sea Spar- row transmitters for the Royal Netherlands

Navy. Work will be performed in Wayland (75.9 percent), Denmark (13.1 percent), the Netherlands (9.4 percent) and Belgium (1.6 percent), and is expected to be com- pleted in June 1989. This contract covers purchases for the Netherlands under the

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