The initial order is worth $2.6 million, while the total contract maximum value — when fully exercised over the next five years — is worth an estimated $37.9 million.
“Our work on this contract, which will include depot reset efforts and end-user maintenance activities, will ensure that our customer will be able to rapidly obtain materials needed to support the FMTV program,” said Robert Houston, vice president and deputy general manager of Weapon Systems and Support at BAE Systems.
The company will provide 105 automotive parts consisting of electrical components, engine items, body panels and chassis structural parts.
The contract was awarded by the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Land Supply Chain. The spare parts will be assembled by the existing workforce at the BAE Systems facility in Sealy, Texas with final delivery anticipated in December 2017.