Recent Contract AwardsMikros also received several important Navy contract awards in the third quarter which continue to support both new development and continuing production of its ADEPT and ADSSS product lines.
- In July and August 2016, the Company received two (2) additional contract modifications which added $4.65 million for ongoing development of its current service contract for LCS systems using the ADSSS. This funding will extend the program until June 2018 and allow Mikros to perform installations and support for the LCS ships.
- On September 12, 2016, the Company was awarded a multi-year IDIQ contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division, relating to the ADSSS product. The contract provides for the purchase and sale of up to $48 million of ADSSS units and related engineering and logistics support. On September 15, 2016, Mikros received a $3,032,993 delivery order under this contract, to support installations, support and logistics for the LCS ships.
- In September 2016, Mikros received multiple contracts totaling almost $0.4 million to continue logistics support of the ADEPT maintenance workstation. These contracts include general engineering support, repair, calibration and training.
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