Defense Logistics Agency Awards BAE Systems $139.7M for Energy Automation Operational Technology Sustainment

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Defense Logistics Agency Awards BAE Systems $139.7M for Energy Automation Operational Technology Sustainment
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The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has awarded BAE Systems, Inc. contracts totaling approximately $139.7 million for Energy Automation Operational Technology Sustainment.

The DLA is a combat support agency in the U.S. DoD, with more than 26,000 civilian and military personnel throughout the world. Located in 48 states and 28 countries, DLA provides supplies to the military services and supports their acquisition of weapons, fuel, repair parts, and other materials. The agency also disposes of excess or unusable equipment through various programs.

Under the task order contracts, BAE Systems will provide engineering and technical support services to help improve DLA’s ability to provision DoD’s missions around the world.

The company was awarded contracts for work in and outside the United States. BAE Systems will provide a range of services including around-the-clock sustainment, preventive and corrective maintenance, and integration of DLA’s Automated Tank Gauging, Independent Alarm Systems, and Overfill Protection Equipment on DoD fuel storage and distribution systems. This includes sensors, gauges, alarms, controls, and network communications at DoD fueling facilities.

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