General Electric (NYSE:GE) division Datex-Ohmeda has won a $100 million contract to supply the U.S. Department of Defense with patient monitoring systems, accessories and training, according to a recently released DoD posting.
The deal comes through a five-year base contract with a single five-year option period, according the release. The contract was competitive, with a total of 36 responses received.
Patient monitoring equipment, accessories and training from the Madison, Wisc.-based company will be supplied to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies, according to the DoD release. The location of performance is listed as Wisconsin, with a March 5, 2024 performance completion date.
Last March, Datex-Ohmeda won a $19.9 million modification to an existing contract to supply the DoD with patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training.
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