cg9 banner

Acquisition Update: Coast Guard Awards C-27J Deicing, Auxiliary Power Unit Contracts

PRINT  |  E-MAIL

C-27J Spartan medium range surveillance aircraft

A C-27J Spartan medium range surveillance aircraft sits on the tarmac at Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, March 31, 2016. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Canup.


The Coast Guard awarded two indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts in June for spare and repairable parts to support its C-27J Spartan medium range surveillance aircraft.

The Coast Guard on June 9 awarded a contract to Zodiac Services America LLC and exercised the base-year option for $1.1 million of aircraft deicing system parts. The contract has a potential value of $3.59 million if all four option years are exercised.

The service on June 16 awarded a contract for auxiliary power units to Pratt and Whitney of East Hartford, Connecticut, and executed the first delivery order, worth approximately $1.78 million. The contract has a potential value of $5.3 million if all four option years are exercised.

The parts ordered under both contracts will support aircraft at the HC-27J Asset Project Office in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and Air Station Sacramento, California.

For more information: C-27J program page